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Shenandoah Earrings Kit

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Product Description

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/Earrings is available for free on my blog

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 pair of earrings 
- 1 pair of earwires: gold fill earwires for the gold fill kit, sterling silver for all other kits 
- an picture of the Shenandoah pattern with each ring size specified, that can be folded into a tent for easy reference 

Your choice of metal - Sterling silver, NuGold brass or copper. Copper uses one additional small size, which is noted in the diagram

Product Videos

Japanese 12 in 2 - Shenandoah & Enso Chainmaille Tutorials (27:24)
In this tutorial, I tackle the chainmaille weave known as japanese 12 in 2. This is a very versatile weave which you can have a lot of fun with. The sizes I like to use are: 14g for the big rings 18g 4.0mm ID 20g 2.75mm ID Shenandoah pendant uses 14g 10mm and 6mm, the Shenandoah bracelet uses 14g 10mm, and Enso uses 14g 6mm ID & 8mm ID. You can purchase kits for these pieces and other chainmaille jewelry in my shop here: http://www.rainestudios-supplies.com/chainmaille-kits/ Check out ALL my jewelry tutorials: http://www.crazymokes.com/chainmaille-tutorials/
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    In this tutorial, I tackle the chainmaille weave known as japa...

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  1. Good quality rings and excellent instructions! Easier than I thought! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 18th Jan 2018

    I've been doing chain maille for 8 years but never tried anything that looked this complicated. Truth is, it isn't complicated at all! Your instructions are great!
    I ordered the copper ring kit for this project and to be honest I missed that you supplied slightly larger rings as an alternative. I didn't realize it until the earrings were completed but that was ok, I was still able to wiggle them in although they were a bit tight (a little swearing and body language ensued for a few minutes). On the whole, a great kit and I think I will be ordering more!

  2. Shenandoah Earrings! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 16th Oct 2017

    Absolutely love these earrings. The pattern video was great to get started and refer back to. I love how they flow. So many compliments!

  3. Excellent kits, beautiful rings, great value 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 31st Jul 2017

    I've purchased Enso and Shenandoah kits in sterling and silver fill and have enjoyed working with all of them. I love the Japanese 12-in-2 and Amy's tutorials are great even when I hardly need them. Her rings are a pleasure to work with too, which is something you can't always say about chainmaille rings. I highly recommend these kits!

  4. Love this kit 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 15th Dec 2016

    Quality materials, easy to follow instructions, great price. I am a rank beginner to chainmaille and I was able to make a beautiful pair of earrings.

  5. Fiddly, but worth it. 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 10th Dec 2014

    Generally, I am not a fan of the Japanese style chainmaille because (at least in my case) the well-made weaves are tight and require a lot of patience, finagling, and unladylike language to fit the last rings into place without marking them and/or leaving gaps in the ring closures. Maybe it's just me.
    But, this weave was so pretty, I had to try it.
    It was fiddly, but not a difficult as I feared, and in the end, well worth it--my friend was delighted with her Christmas gift.
    This is a good kit, reasonably priced, and I received it quickly.
    I may just have to try the Shenandoah bracelet kit.