Easy Chain Maille Necklace

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Chainmaille Necklace Tutorial

Today's tutorial is a lovely necklace that I found on Obstinate Pursuit. If you been wanting to try your hand at making some chainmaille jewelry, then here is a easy one to try.

Easy Chainmaille Necklace by Obstinate Pursuit

Easy Chainmaille Necklace by Obstinate Pursuit

I like the twisted jumprings that were used in the necklace. I think this necklace would also look really nice with some color in it. Maybe some beads or crystals dangling down.

What do you think? What would you do to add more color?

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