Kumihimo Wirework Made Easy: Infinity Bracelet

While the Infinity Bracelet was one of Christina Larsen’s first wire kumihimo designs, it feels right at home in Kumihimo Wirework Made Easy.

This elegantly simple bracelet cleverly combines two different braid structures. You’ll start by braiding a band in the cross kumihimo structure, which then splits into two separate bands of diagonal kumihimo. These sections gently curve to create the infinity symbol, and then converge again into another cross kumihimo band.

Kumihimo Wirework Made Easy: Infinity Bracelet

From Kumihimo Wirework Made Easy: Infinity Bracelet. Image courtesy of David Baum.

 

The Infinity Bracelet looks beautiful in bright silver or with a patina aged copper finish, but the look is truly up to you! Christina also includes a Celtic Infinity Bracelet variation for those looking to take the design to a whole new level.

Project Details

Size
Bracelet shown measures ½” x 8 3/8” (1.3 cm x 21.5 cm)

Level
Intermediate

Required Materials
• 16’ (4.9 m) of 22-gauge wire
• 2 ribbon ends (13 mm)
• 3 jump rings (5 mm)
• 1 lobster claw clasp
• Extender chain

Required Tools
• Measuring tape
• Wire cutters or flush cutters
• Electrical tape
• Square kumihimo disk
• 2 pairs of flat-nose and chain-nose pliers
• E6000 glue

Kumihimo Wirework Made Easy: Infinity Bracelet

From Kumihimo Wirework Made Easy: Infinity Bracelet. Image courtesy of David Baum.

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