All posts tagged "chain mail"

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    My Top Internet Resources for Chain Mail

    by Judy Ellis, Wire Jewelry Article for July 8th, 2016 My Top Internet Resources for Chain Mail by Marilyn Gardiner Today we feature a short article by Marilyn Gardiner. She shares with us some of her...

    • Posted July 8, 2016
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  • The Power of Jewelry

    The Power of Jewelry by Marilyn Gardiner Marilyn loves jewelry, color, pattern, and design and finds it thrilling to create something new that others love too. She truly enjoys breaking down something complex into an easy-to-learn sequence...

    • Posted December 11, 2013
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  • Rebecca Rudaski, Featured Wire Jewelry Instructor

    by Rose Marion, Wire Jewelry Inspiration for January 28, 2013 Featured Instructor: Rebecca Rudaski Rebecca Rudaski is bringing her enthusiasm for chainmaille with her to Tucson, and she’ll make a chainmaille lover out of you in...

    • Posted January 28, 2013
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  • Daily Wire Tip June 15: Tumbling Chain Maille Jewelry

    Daily Wire Jewelry Making Tip for June 15, 2011 Question: Should chain maille jewelry be tumbled? Is that to harden it so that the links don’t open? -Sue in Easton, Pennsylvania Answer: Hi Sue, many folks tumble...

    • Posted June 14, 2011
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  • Daily Wire Tip Mar. 18: Premade or Handmade Jump Rings?

    Daily Wire Jewelry Making Tip for March 18, 2011 Question: I am interested in making chain maille jewellery, and I see there are chain maille jump rings for sale. I can make my own jump rings out...

    • Posted March 17, 2011
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  • Daily Wire Tip Feb. 13: Tumbling Chain Maille Jump Rings

    Daily Wire Jewelry Making Tip for February 13, 2011 Question: I have started making chain maille jewelry. But I find that most rings are too soft for my liking. I hear that tumbling the rings will temper...

    • Posted February 12, 2011
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  • Daily Wire Tip Oct. 10: Cutting Jump Rings

    Daily Wire Jewelry Making Tip for October 10, 2010 Question: When cutting jump rings, how do you have a flat surface on both edges? Am I using the wrong type of cutter if one side is always...

    • Posted October 9, 2010
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