Building on the popularity of her best-selling "Classic Chain Mail Jewelry," Sue Ripsch offers exciting new variations on many popular chain mail weaves that will tempt motivated beginners and experienced jewelry makers alike. This book features 30+ weaves for earrings, bracelets, necklaces, and more, all conveniently arranged by skill level. And here's the twist: Jewelry makers will learn how to break up links, turn them 90 degrees, or use multiple weaves in the same piece, ensuring their approach to chain mail will never be the same.
Just So You Know:On page 90 5 of the 6 diagrams is not clear.That is intentional and not a defect. The step by step instructions on the page in question say in #3 – “Place a piece of strapping tape over the bottom half of the rings”. Thus the photos appear unclear, it is actually strapping tape the author is using to hold down the smooth rings".