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Book, "Classic Chain Mail Jewelry With A Twist" by Sue Ripsch. Sold individually.

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Following her best-selling Classic Chain Mail Jewelry, Sue Ripsch offers new variations on popular chainmaille weaves. Featuring 30+ different weaves, jewelry makers will learn how to break up links, turn them 90 degrees or use multiple weaves in the same piece. Square and twisted-wire jumprings sparked by crystal accents give projects a fresh look.

• 30+ designs using different weaves
• Essential information on how to calculate aspect ratio
• Projects conveniently arranged by skill level

Softcover, full color, 96 pages
28 projects
Book size: 10-5/8 x 8-1/8 inches
Level: Beginning to advanced
Books are shrink-wrapped and are returnable if unopened.

Made in the USA

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About the author: Sue Ripsch shares her chainmaille expertise in workshops across the country, and her original designs are represented by a Sedona gallery. She and her husband have developed her passion into an online business, "Jewelry by Sue," through which they offer finished jewelry, kits and jumprings made to precise specifications. They travel together to many well-known bead, jewelry and wirework shows to spread their knowledge and appreciation of this fascinating art.

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