Chainmail Bracelet Pattern-Make Rainbow Wood Bead with Jumprings

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Do you like beaded chain mail jewelry? Here I want to introduce you a rainbow wood bead bracelet with jumprings.
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Materials on chainmail bracelet pattern

This chainmail bracelet pattern is made up of 8mm rainbow wood beads, 4mm and 10mm jumprings. It is a very simple beaded chain mail jewelry pattern, you just need to connect the jumpring together in a specific pattern. Here you can use flat plier instead of finger to connect jumprings.

8mm rainbow wood beads
10mm silver jumprings
4mm silver jumprings
Lobster clasp
Flat plier
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Step1: Make basic wood bead bracelets

1st, thread a wood bead to a 10mm jumpring, that is the basic wood bead dangle, do the same to make the other three, then connect the four wood bead dangles together with four 4mm jumprings, you can see clearly on the picture, you can choose the color of wood beads as you like;
2nd, continue this pattern until reach ideal length, here I use 32 rainbow wood beads;
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Step2: Finish chainmail bracelet pattern

1st, connect the two ends of the beaded chain mail jewelry together with two jumprings and a lobster clasp;
2nd, now you have finished making wood bead bracelets;
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The final look of the rainbow wood bead bracelets
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The final look of the rainbow wood bead bracelets
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Wonderful, this chainmail bracelet pattern tutorial is over. Are you fond of this rainbow beaded chain mail jewelry? Our Pandahall Learning Center has lots of wood bead bracelets patterns, welcome to our website.
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