** All copper clasps are OUT OF STOCK! I'm searching for new copper clasps that are SOLID (there's lots of plated ones out there, but I'm holding out for solid copper!) but am having little to no luck. Until further notice, all copper kits will ship w/out a clasp. My apologies, but your local bead store will hopefully have something beautiful! I am hoping to have copper clasps back in stock sometime in November. **
I have received many compliments on my Shenandoah bracelet, pendant, and earrings, so now, I offer a kit for other jewelry makers out there to make their own!
- Tutorial for the Pendant is available for free on my blog - easy to adapt for use for the bracelet.
Familiarity with the japanese 12-in-2 weave and/or the Stepping Stone weave (by Corvus Chainmaille, on which the Shenandoah is based) is recommended.
You will receive:
- enough jump rings in the various required sizes to complete 1 bracelet.
- a sterling silver circle toggle clasp for the sterling silver, silver filled or NuGold brass kit, a copper circle toggle clasp for the copper kit, or a gold filled circle toggle for the gold fill kit
- an picture of the Shenandoah pattern with each ring size specified
Your choice of metal - Sterling silver, 14k gold fill, silver fill, NuGold brass or copper. Copper uses one additional small size, which is noted in the included photo diagram.
Posted by Linda Schmidt on 15th Dec 2016
I'm a rank beginner to chainmaille but these instructions were so clear I was able to complete this bracelet and matching earrings and they look awesome! I admit I struggled at times and said some words no respectable 66 year old lady should say but perseverance was sooo worth it. Absolute quality materials and the price was certainly right. Will definitely shop here again. Thanks!!
Posted by Andrea Langer on 15th Jul 2016
Loved the quality of the silver rings. Followed the instructions online and made an incredible bracelet! Easy to follow!!
Posted by Nicole Hanlon on 22nd Jan 2015
Love it! Since my wrists are very tiny, I've actually ordered another kit to make it into a necklace instead of bracelet, so that I don't waste all the extras from the kit. Will update when I finish my project soon.
Nicole Hanlon (Singapore)