Making Silver Chains

Making Silver Chains

Simple Techniques, Beautiful Designs

Book - 2001
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Beginners can start with a simple trace design. Switch from round to square wire, adapt the chain to a pendant, or use small oval links for a sophisticated look. Transform trace chains into flat-lying curb chains by twisting each link. Or try distinctively round loop-in-loop pieces. This range of chains really sparkles and shines. “Highly recommended.”—Library Journal.

Beginners can start with a simple trace design. Switch from round to square wire, adapt the chain to a pendant, or use small oval links for a sophisticated look. Transform trace chains into flat-lying curb chains by twisting each link. Or, try distinctively round loop-in-loop pieces. This range of chains really sparkles and shines. “Highly recommended.”—Library Journal.


Publisher: New York : Lark Books, c2001
ISBN: 9781579901837
1579901832
Characteristics: 112 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 26 cm

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