Pearl Double Strand Bracelet
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Pearl Double Strand Bracelet

This Pearl Double Strand Bracelet is both beautiful and trendy. A wonderful piece to add to your jewelry collection!
Craft Time: 60+ minutes
Uses Recycled Items: No
 
 
 
 
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Material List

  • Beadalon® Artistic Wire® 18 ga. Jump Rings, 15/64" – Silver-plated (118)
  • Beadalon® Artistic Wire® 18 ga. Jump Rings, 9/64" – Silver-plated (76)
  • Beadalon® Artistic Wire® 18 ga. Jump Rings, 1/8" – Silver-plated (126)
  • Beadalon® Toggle Clasps, Small – Silver (2)
  • Strand of Pre-Strung Pearls
  • Artistic Wire® Basic & Advanced Chainmaille Booklet
  • Beadalon® Artistic Wire® The ChainMaille Lady™
  • Snub Nose Pliers (2)
  • Paper Clips
 

Project Instructions

Step 1 Separate each piece of the pre-strung pearls into a pearl component with two loops on either end of the pearl.

Step 2 Using the 18 ga. 15/64" and the 18 ga. 9/64" jump rings make two chains of Parallel Weave according to the book “Basic & Advanced Chainmaille” by The ChainMaille Lady™.

Step 3 Using the two small toggle clasps and the 18 ga. 1/8" jump rings attach the circle ends of the clasp using one 18 ga. 1/8" and the “T” ends of the clasp using three 18 ga. 1/8" jump rings.

Step 4 Place one 18 ga. 1/8" jump ring through the space where the three 18 ga. 15/64" jump rings intersect.

Step 5 Repeat Step 4 all the way down one side of the parallel chain.

Step 6 Repeat Steps 4 and 5 for the second parallel chain.

Step 7 Using one 18 ga. 1/8" jump ring, scoop up two neighboring 18 ga. 1/8" jump rings added in Steps 4 and 5. Before closing, scoop up one loop on one pear component. Close the jump ring.

Step 8 Repeat Step 7 all the way down the one parallel chain.

Step 9 Using one 18 ga. 1/8" jump ring, scoop up two neighboring 18 ga. 1/8" jump rings added in Step 6, before closing scoop up the loop of the first pearl component added in Step 7. Close the jump ring.

Step 10 Repeat Step 9, joining the parallel chain and pearl components of the first parallel chain to the second parallel chain.

Tips

When working with Chainmaille, use a brightly colored paper clip to help keep track of your design