Read through the directions before beginning the project. The directions shown are for one bracelet added to the original. If making just one bracelet chain, which is quite pretty, add more 20 gauge rings to the links for a fuller look.
All the 20 gauge jump rings can be closed at this time, if desired and all the 16 and 18 gauge jump rings can be opened.
Step 1: Making jump rings is optional. If making jump rings, use dead soft wire to wind a tight coil. For this particular bracelet, it would be best use a jump ring cutter or a saw to cut the rings. Using flush cutters can make for sharp edges when the cut ends don't quite meet in a flush manner. Tumbling can help, but the rings can still catch on clothing.
Pro Tip: Save time and purchase closed 20 gauge jump rings.
Closure-The type and size of closure used will determine the number of jump ring units needed.
The number of Jump Rings needed are shown for a size small. Add jump ring sets to obtain the size you need.
Added Bracelet Each set will add ¼" to length