Chain Mail + Color 20 Jewelry Projects Using Aluminum Jump Rings, Scales, and Disks

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 3/3/2015
  • Publisher: Kalmbach Books

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Chain Mail + Color features a fun collection of 20 chain mail projects made from colorful aluminum jump rings and aluminum scales, disks, and washers. This new spin on chain mail takes traditional weaves and gives them a fresh, new perspective by incorporating these fun components. Unique projects plus color variations, including earrings, lariats, necklaces, bracelets, and a pin are in this collection. The projects are organized by material so there is a great variety of projects using scales, disks, and washers. A gallery of author Vanessa Walilko’s work, including chain mail vests, completes the book.

Author Biography

Vanessa Walilko is a jewelry and fashion designer from Evanston, IL, who has been creating chain mail for years and has turned it into her full-time job. Her chain mail has taken top prizes in several competitions, and her pieces have appeared on television, theater, and music videos. She sells her jewelry at art fairs around the country, and her pieces have been featured in international publications as well as numerous beading publications. She teaches at the Bead&Button Show and runs her website, kalibutterfly.com, where she is known for her colorful, creative style.

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