Beginner Level

Coiled Bracelet

Rebeca's Coiled Bracelet uses her signature "coiling" technique to create a delicate and unusual looking bracelet.  This technique mimics the look of coiled wire by stringing tiny jump rings onto larger rings but truly create a uniwue look all its own.  Rebeca's favorite metals to use for this project are stainless steel and anodized niobium but it works well in any combination available below.  In fact, if you're new to chainmaille, we definitely recommend staying away from steel and trying aluminum or copper.

You'll notice we also offer kits in solid base metals (aluminum, copper and jewelry brass.)  This will allow you to create the project in a more affordable version.  Once you've mastered the technique however, you my find you want to splurge on the precious metal versions!

Instructions are found on pg. 42 of Wirework Magazine, Spring 2011. Purchase a back issue from Bead&Button.

Example to the right uses silver with niobium multi mix.  Also note: Silver clasp shown. Base metal kits come with a coordinating Large Base Metal Toggle.