An example of a bracelet I made with the English four and one pattern is also shown.
Step 1: Materials
Wire (you can usually find this at your local store. I used 16 gauge copper.)
Jewelry saw, and multiple blades. (A hack saw May work, but I'm not certain.)
A drill bit (pick a diameter you want the inside diameter of your links to be. The smaller gauge wire, the smaller you want your links to be.)
Needle nose pliers. (You may use two pair if you like.)
A sturdy vice.
Step 2: Coil the Wire
Step 3: Cut the Links Out
It will also make cutting harder by breaking your blade.
If you don't tighten the coil enough, it may wiggle, and cause the links to twist or the blade to snap.
Use your finger, placing it on the back of the blade to center it on the top of the coil.
Cut until you are through the coil, or can go no farther for lack of grip from the vice.
Step 4: Finish
You can connect them by opening and shutting the openings with pliers.
If your using copper, you can clear coat them with polyurethane or shine off any tarnish with vinegar.