Introduction: Black & Gold Rubber Chainmaille Ring

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This Black&Gold ring combines jewelry brass, anodized aluminum and rubber o-rings to create a modern-looking, 3-dimensional ring that is super simple to make and size to fit.


Ring Sizes:

  • 1 x large jump ring - size KK14 (14 SWG 5/8" / 15.9 mm) in jewelry brass
  • 3 x medium jump rings - size J16 (16 SWG 7/32" / 5.6 mm) in jewelry brass
  • 12-20 x small jump rings for the band - size H18 (16 SWG 3/16" / 4.8mm) anodized aluminum in black
  • 32-40 x tiny rubber o-rings for the band - size C19 (19 SWG 7/64" / 2.7mm) in black

To create this project, you will need two pairs of flat-nosed pliers. We recommend Euro Tool ergos for this project.

Step 1:

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Scoop 13 tiny rubber rings onto the large ring. Close the ring.

Step 2:

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With an open medium ring, scoop 6 tiny rings and weave it through any 3 of the tiny rings from step 1. Close the ring.

Step 3:

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Onto a medium ring, scoop 3 tiny rings and weave through the 3 rings you just scooped in step 2. Close the ring.

Step 4:

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Weave a medium ring through the 6 hanging rings from steps 2 & 3, and also through 3 from step 1. Make sure to skip 2 tiny rubber rings needed for the ring band.

Step 5:

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Make the ring band by making a chain of small rings with tiny rubber rings. Close up the band by meeting up with the tiny hanging rings on the other side of the large ring.

Comments

saalivaan (author)2014-06-14

like

Dreamchronic (author)2014-06-08

Really nice.

Triclaw (author)2014-06-05

looks great

Very cool! It looks a little like the symbol for radioactivity!

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Bio: B3 is all about showing folks how to create their own chainmaille jewelry. Using modernized versions of the same techniques used in medieval times, we ... More »
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