SALE Premium Box Stretch Chainmaille Bracelet Kit - Kelly Green Through Burgundy

$11.00 Regular price $17.00
SKU: PeMWJ160

This chainmaille bracelet kit contains everything you need to create a fun, funky, stretchy bracelet plus extra jump rings in case you make a mistake. These bracelets stretch about an inch more than you make it and you can make them up to 9 inches. The kits contain PREMIUM silicone rubber rings, latex free, in YOUR choice of colors, and our handmade enameled copper jump rings in YOUR CHOICE of colors! The finished bracelet will measure 3/8 inch wide( 8mm) and you will have rings left over so we are including a pair of ear wires so you can make a pair of earrings!

Skill Level: Beginners
Time to Complete: 1 hour or less
Materials Required:
120 - 16 gauge 5mm ID Premium Rubber Jump RIngs
120 - 16 Gauge 5mm ID Metal Jump Rings

YOU Pick Premium Silicone Rubber Ring Color:
Pink 
Red 
Purple 
Lemon Yellow 
Orange 
White
Black
Green
Blue
Rainbow Mix

YOU Pick Enameled Copper Jump Rings:
Non Tarnish Gold Color
Non Tarnish Silver Plate
Rose Gold Color
Non Tarnish Copper
Vintage Bronze
Red
Dark Blue
Purple
Amber
Non Tarnish Brass
Green
Black
Hematite 
Aqua
Burgundy

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Fun to work with rubber rings

This was an easy pattern with large enough rings that it is excellent for beginners. I had difficulty with the final step of linking the ends to themselves (but Ralph noted that in the tutorial). I used both the tutorial directions and watched a YouTube video. In the end I used a bit of wire to trace the correct path for the last two rings and then wrestled them in to place by following the wire (easy once you get the first ring in). So cool that you cannot tell where it begins and ends.

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Fun to work with rubber rings

This was an easy pattern with large enough rings that it is excellent for beginners. I had difficulty with the final step of linking the ends to themselves (but Ralph noted that in the tutorial). I used both the tutorial directions and watched a YouTube video. In the end I used a bit of wire to trace the correct path for the last two rings and then wrestled them in to place by following the wire (easy once you get the first ring in). So cool that you cannot tell where it begins and ends.