For those who have succeeded with basic chain maille, this pattern will have you making links that are just as pretty as the stone components. This design is not for the beginner, unless he/she is confident he/she can learn chaining elsewhere. If you feel the economical cost of copper is worth taking the chance on this one, then give it a try. Basic chain maille and wire-wrapping skills needed to create this bracelet that has fluid movement and lots of interest.
Copper jump rings and feldspar square pillow beads
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Materials list included is for a 7.5 inch bracelet. However, you can lengthen or shorten the bracelet by using more or fewer repeats of the pattern, or by added to the chain. The bracelet size can also be adjusted by adding a larger clasp.
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