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Craftopedia featured book. Soft chain mail!
I bought the "Link It!" book last year and was having a hard time finding the rubber o-rings. I found a new bead store in my town that carries them. This is my first project from the book. It was inspired by the basic design element on page 81. I adapted it to what I wanted.

The book is listed in the Craftopedia tab on this web site.

I've made chain mail jewelry before and liked the designs in this book.

Posted by Wendy H. from Hendersonville, North Carolina, United States • Published See Wendy H.'s 10 projects » © 2019 Susan C. Thomas / Lark Crafts · Reproduced with permission.
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Serpentira
Serpentira · La Cañada Flintridge, California, US · 3 projects
If you're looking for other places that carry rings there's a website- theringlord.com - that you can order from. I've heard good things, although I haven't purchased from him myself yet. They carry a whole host of items, including those rubber rings and regular jumprings in a variety of metals including copper,steel, niobium, gold, aluminum and stirling silver (to name just a few), as well as books, findings, tools, and 'scales'. (I'm actually pretty sure I recognize this book as being one that they sell lol). Too, I know they ship in both Canada and the US, so it might be a useful site for people to look into if they need to bulk order these items (as is typically the case in chainmaille). I don't know how prices compare, but certainly where I live the only jumprings I can get are the mini packages for necklace and bracelet making, and I've neve seen the rubber rings for sale anywhere near here. (Actually, I'm not sure I've seen them for sale in a store, ever.)
Love the bracelet, and can't wait to see more chainmaille projects on the site. Happy
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