Ode to a Jump Ring, Plus Get 3 Free Chain-Maille Jewelry Projects

Plus a Bonus Guide to Aspect Ratio, Wire Gauge, Inner Diameter and Outer Diameter


Oh, little jump ring. You're about to become very, very popular, when all of the chain-maille fans find out about our new free eBook, 3 Free Chain Maille Projects, Plus Bonus Guide to Aspect Ratio, Wire Gauge, Inner Diameter and Outer Diameter.

Your days of utilitarian tasks like connecting charms to a bracelet or a chain to a clasp are about to get a lot more exciting! Because everyone, chain-maille newbies and chain-maille jewelry pros, are going to want you after they see the three free chain-maille jewelry projects they can make with instructions from our new free eBook. They'll be able to make chain-maille earrings, a necklace, and a bracelet–so no matter what kind of chain-maille jewelry they like to make, we have something for them–and they'll be wanting more of you to make it!


Foxy Roxy Necklace
by Sara (Graham) Richardson

But that's not all, little jump ring. This eBook also has a bonus guide all about you–about your aspect ratios, the wire gauges you're made of, even your inner diameter and outer diameter measurements–so chain-maille jewelry makers will be able to completely know and understand those terms in chain-maille project instructions and be able to make better chain-maille jewelry out of you. Sometimes you can be tricky! 


Simple Knots Chain-Maille Earrings
by Denise Peck

Make Chain-Maille Jewelry
You must be so proud that chain-maille jewelry makers can make jewelry entirely out of you, little jump ring. All they need are the proper tools for making chain-maille jewelry (including round-nose pliers, flat-nose pliers, and flush cutters) and a clasp or earring findings, plus maybe a mandrel and wire, if they want to make their own jump rings. Then the sky's the limit; they can turn you into chain or weave you into necklaces, bracelets, earrings, and more.

Practice Chain-Maille Weaves
There are so many weaves they can make out of you, too, little jump ring, and those chain-maille weaves can be elaborate or simple, bold or delicate. In our free eBook, 3 Free Chain-Maille Projects, chain-maille jewelry fans can learn to make quick (five minutes!) simple knot chain-maille earrings, then make a basic two-by-two chain and turn it into a colorful chain-maille bracelet, and then move on to a bold bead and chain necklace featuring the popular foxtail chain-maille weave.


Vineyard Coils Bracelet
by Sara (Graham) Richardson

Chain-Maille Variety: Mixing Jump Rings
Another great thing about you, jump ring, is that you come in so many colors and sizes, making the possibilities for chain-maille jewelry projects truly limitless. Chain-maille fans can adapt nearly any chain-maille weave or pattern into a personal chain-maille project by using colored craft-wire or aluminum coated jump rings, by using larger or smaller jump rings, or by using and mixing alternative metals for a bi- and tri-color effect. Mixing metals can add an element of difficulty to the chain-maille project, too, increasing the challenge level for more advanced chain-maille jewelry makers.

Bonus Guide to Aspect Ratio, Wire Gauge, Inner Diameter and Outer Diameter by Karen Hung

Bonus Guide: Aspect Ratio, Wire Gauge, Inner Diameter and Outer Diameter
You might look simple enough, little jump ring, but you have your secrets. So we've compiled a guide to help folks make better chain-maille jewelry with you, to help them understand your little nuances of aspect ratio, inner diameter, and outer diameter, as well as to help them understand wire diameters and which wire gauges are best for which kinds of chain-maille jewelry projects. Then they'll be armed with all the jump-ring knowledge they need to make the three free projects in our free chain-maille eBook as well as any other chain-maille jewelry they want to make!

So get ready to get busy, little jump ring! You're going to be very popular when jewelry makers download our new free eBook, 3 Free Chain Maille Projects, Plus Bonus Guide to Aspect Ratio, Wire Gauge, Inner Diameter and Outer Diameter!

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