Kumihimo Wirework Made Easy: Kys Bracelet

When creating the design for the Kys Bracelet for Kumihimo Wirework Made Easy, author Christina Larsen knew she wanted to pay tribute to a place near and dear to her heart, Denmark.

Crossing copper accent wires create little x’s throughout this elegant bracelet. It’s from these x’s, a universal symbol for kisses that Christina named the design Kys, which means kisses in Danish. A subtle homage to her roots, Christina’s Kys Bracelet is a delicate piece of jewelry you’ll love wearing everyday.

Kumihimo Wirework Made Easy: Kys Bracelet

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

Project Details

Bracelet shown measure ¼” x 8 5/16” (6 cm x 21 cm)


Required Materials
• 14’ (4.3 m) of silver 22-gauge wire
• 32″ (81 cm) of copper 22-gauge wire
• 2 ribbon ends (8 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

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