In this video, I do a review of the Knipex Cobolt wire cutter 71 32 200 comfort grip with notch and spring.
In this video, I show how to create a hook to attach beads such as Swarovski elements to your chain mail or beadwork projects.
In this video, I show how to do two very simple European 4-in-1 chain maille bracelets. The examples shown in this video were made using 1/4″ 16Ga Stainless Steel chain mail jump rings which I cut myself, though this weave can work with many ring sizes and materials.
In this video, I show how to combine two pieces of 4-in-1 European chain maille to create a single chainmail item. I prefer working on smaller pieces, up to around 1000 rings, to keep them light while I work, and afterwards I attach them together.
In this video, I show how to create a 4-in-1 European Chain Maille weave. You can use this pattern to create armours, helmets, gloves, pants, and even jewelry. The 4-in-1 chainmail weave is the one I recommend to anyone starting off in Chainmaille, which allows you to practice opening and closing rings, and is a very easy and versatile weave which can be used for many chain mail projects.
In this video, I show you how to open and close Chain Maille jump rings. Opening and closing rings is the basis of all your chainmail projects, so it’s important to learn how to do it properly from the begining.
In this video, I show how to manually cut Chain Maille jump rings using a wire cutter. I find it’s much more affordable to buy the coils instead of buying already-cut chain mail rings. I find the most dangerous part is coiling the wire into a spring, so I let the professionals do that for me, but I find cutting the rings quick, easy, and quite enjoyable.
Welcome to the Chain Maille Art YouTube Channel. This channel, along with the upcoming www.chainmailleart.com web page, will focus on the art of making chain maille, from cutting jump rings to assembling basic and advanced armor and jewelry.
From Chain Maille, to Chainmaille, to Chain Mail to Chainmail, this channel and blog will help guide you with your chain maille projects.
Hi everyone, welcome to the ChainMailleArt.com website, where I will be discussing the art of creating Chain Maille projects. Chain Maille can have different names, from Chain Maille to Chainmaille, including Chainmail and Chain Mail, which will be the subject of a future video / blog post, but rest assured they are all one and the same: linking jump rings together to create armours, clothes, and jewelry.