Chainmaille and Wire Wrapped Jewelry I Made Since October 2015 Until December 2015  

Friday, July 1, 2016

I've neglected this blog for the last couple of months, so it's high time to bring an update with what I've been working on since the latest jewelry piece I showed here, the Lunar Moth.

I've been working mostly with BA (bright aluminum) and copper rings and learning new chainmaille weaves.

The first one is called Vertebrae, a lovely bracelet made with bight aluminum and dark rose anodized aluminum rings.




The next pieces are Maillestrom pendants using BA and copper rings as well as BA and the same dark rose rings I showed in the bracelet above. They're small and very sweet.



Next comes Oops! Yes, that's what the chainmaille weave is called. BA and copper rings.



Next follows my first keychain using a weave called Nereid. Quite stiff this one.



Finally I've learned the initially elusive, but eventually very easy Aragon weave, playing with the colors a bit.



Flat box is a fun variation of the regular box chain, which really sits flat on the wrist. Another easy eave to learn and make.



Because by now the time was nearing Christmas, I made a snowflake pendant, which I hung on the Christmas tree as a decoration.



Next, I did a bit of wire wrapping because I sort of missed it. Here are two pendants I made last December.



I got in a Christmas swap and made and sent my partner, Judit, these three things: a dragonsteps bracelet, a Japanese Christmas tree ornament and the lovely Phaedra pendant with an amber Swarovsk crystal. I hope she liked them.






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