Beautiful iridescent colors would look great with comfy jeans or a nice dress. This is one of my favorite styles of bracelet with the wide band.
WOW.......holy crow...what a weave indeed
Words fail me . . . I think maybe "13tamara" sums it up best . . . WOW.
On second thoughts make that a double WOW with bells and whistles . . . it is absolutely fantastic
A huge thank you to all of you once again for your wonderful words! Means alot to me!
This chainmaille bracelet was probably the hardest piece of jewerly I've made yet . I've only been making jewelry for about three years.
Dragonscale is a handful! !
I love the Niobium jump rings. The colors are rich and glistening. These rings gleam in different lighting situations.
Thanks again all of you!
This is amazing! Truly!
Wow, I've been making jewelry for about a year and can hardly keep chainmaille straight in the first place, that looks like a completely worth-it headache. Good job!
love the color choices, looks like scales!
Thank you to each of you! I appreciate all of your comments!
This was definitely worth the headache yes....!
Believe me there were many frustrating moments with this piece!! Chainmaille and beadwork are both very difficult at times.
I fell in love with these colors in Fire and Water from Spiderchain.com.
Niobium has such a gleam.
I love this weave and I congratulate you! Are you ready now for the Viperscale (which is the most difficult according to experienced weavers)???
Dorothy I would love to do a Viperscale! I haven't done one yet and I am up for the challenge of it :)
I have to buy the right rings and then I will attempt it !
Thx for your comments
Wow! I'm just starting to do chain mail. It's a blast. Where do you get these iridescent rings? They are gorgeous. They make this piece just kick.
Kimberly I sent you an email. Sorry, I just saw your question now.