Depending on your locale, the world outside may not exactly be full of colorful life but with spring right around the corner, we’re inspired by the knowledge it soon will be! This spring’s color palette is inspired by blossoming flowers, swimming pools, and gentle skies. These luminescent colors are best found in our enameled copper,… Read more »
Tag: jump rings
Every year at the DIY Trunk Show, we have a Guess How Many Rings contest at the Blue Buddha booth. It’s always a ton of fun for me to see what people’s perceptions of quantity are. It is clear that people tend to overestimate…often by a lot. You can see the target jar way to… Read more »
Introducing CHAINED! Rebeca’s first book, CHAINED: Create Gorgeous Chainmaille Jewelry One Ring at a Time has officially been released! This long-awaited book explores Japanese, Byzantine and Helm weaves as well as the unique technique of “coiling” – adding tiny rings into weaves and variations of weaves to create an amazing new effect. The full color,… Read more »
These necklaces (especially the fiery one) have been among my favorite pieces to wear for the past year and a half. Now that we finally have our premium, anodized-in-the-USA scales, I’ve remade them, and fallen in love all over again.
Eight years ago today was the first time I picked up a pair of pliers and linked jump rings together. More than a million rings opened and closed in 2,922 days of maille. I knew as soon as I created my first piece that I wanted to make a living doing this. I am happy… Read more »