Hi to All.
I like beading, but I also appreciate other type of work.
In this photos, 4 four bracelets realized by me. They're surprinsingly simple to make. And light to wear, because I use aluminum rings.
Patterns, Charms, Beads: https://www.etsy.com/shop/Coccoementa
I like all of them, but the fourth one is my favorite. 'Eye Candy' is eye candy -- in whatever form (beading, wirework, etc.). Thanks for sharing (and thanks for sharing the pattern for the peacock earrings -- love those, too).
01-17-13 (1828 PST)
Be yourself. Everyone else is already taken. ~ Oscar Wilde
They are very pretty, Moni. This style always makes me think of medieval times, with knights jousting and ladies tying a length of silk about the knights' arms so they wore their ladies' "colors."
I think your four bracelets look like the same. The only different is the color. I like the black one the best. Which do you like best?
My preferred is the copper.
The're all made with the same type of metal jump ring: colored aluminum with the same diameter, with coordinated clasp.
It's a recently discover, to me, chainmaille. But I like very much!
Than You all for the nice comments.
Ciao from Italy! :-)
Thank You all for the nice comments.
These are lovely.
I have never done chainmaille it looks as if you need lots of patience. I always seem to drop jump rings when I am using them to make jewellery maybe I am using the wrong tools.
I like how you have used complimenting colours with rings, are these strong enough to use as a base for a charm bracelet?
Thank you for sharing you jewellery makes
Handmade jewellery designs found here
Very pretty! I like them all. I did a lesson in chainmaile and we did a bracelet that was similar, I think they called it Shaggy Loops. We added a bead to one of the rings, it turned out cute. I like chainmaile, it just makes my head hurt to look at some of the patterns! Hehehe!
These are really pretty Mona. I think my favorite is the black one, but I really like them all. I have not tried chainmaille, but I am constantly tempted by it, so I may be getting up my nerve and trying some day soon. Keep showing us all of your beautiful work - I always enjoy seeing what you make.
I like the fourth bracelet the best.
It looks elven to me:)
Do your best & let God do the rest
Nicely done ! I tried chainmaille once and just could not wrap my brain around it. lol !