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DNA vs Chainmaille
Simple chainmaille pattern that anyone will be able to do. It is fairly fast and pretty cute.

Posted by Discordia from Dallas, Texas, United States • Published See Discordia's 4 projects »
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  • Step 1

    Gather your jump rings, and your pliers. I used 9mm jump rings for this, but any size will work.

  • How to make a chainmaille bracelet. Spiral Chainmaille Bracelet - Step 2
    Step 2

    Link one jump ring onto another.

  • How to make a chainmaille bracelet. Spiral Chainmaille Bracelet - Step 3
    Step 3

    Link the 3rd jump ring through the overlap between the 1st and 2nd jump rings. See picture if you are confused - you will put it where the X is in the picture.

  • Step 4

    Follow step 3 until you have your desired length.

    Please note that since this bracelet does not have a clasp, you must be able to fit it over your wrist. So make the bracelet big enough for that!

  • Step 5

    To close it, twist the bracelet to the spiral pattern. Once twisted, take the last jump ring and go through the next to last ring, and the last ring's overlap. (like in step 3)

  • Step 6

    You are all done, wear it and show it off to everyone!

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The Mad Hattress
The Mad Hattress · 5 projects
So cool!! Definately something I want to try. :3
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Lyssa C.
Lyssa C. · Savannah, Georgia, US · 20 projects
I'll be trying this later this week Happy
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Discordia
Discordia · Dallas, Texas, US · 4 projects
Aw thanks Anna. There aren't too many of us on here Happy *hug*!!
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Anna the Ewok
Anna the Ewok · Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, US · 22 projects
It's great to see another mailler on Cut out and Keep! *hugs*
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Discordia
Discordia · Dallas, Texas, US · 4 projects
Sure! I will work on that tomorrow and try to upload it. I'll let you know when I change it Happy
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Pirate Moose
Pirate Moose · Norwich, England, GB · 28 projects
A how-to please? Happy
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