Delux Duplex Bracelet
Cut a piece of 20-gauge wire 4 inches long.
Make a loop in the end of the wire with the flush-cutters.
Straighten this wire segment with your nylon jaw pliers.
||Position pegs 1 and 2 in your jig. Place your initial loop on peg 1 and wrap the wire around peg 2.
At this point you need to remove the wire from the jig and add peg 3 to your pattern. Replace the wire on the jig with the initial loop on peg 1 but with the loop made on peg 2 being placed on peg 3 instead.
Now wrap the wire around peg 2 again, leaving the wire adjacent to the hole for peg 4. Continue in this manner until all six pegs have been used.
Remove this duplex wire component from the jig, cut the excess wire and close the final loop.
Make five duplex wire components using the above instructions.
Now you need to make the 2:1 wire component. Cut a piece of wire 2 inches long. Make a loop in the end and straighten this wire.
Position pegs 7 and 8 in your jig and place your initial loop over peg 7 and wrap the wire around peg 8 so that it rests adjacent to the hole for peg 9.
Add peg 9 to the pattern and wrap your wire around peg 9. Remove the wire from the jig and cut the excess wire. Close the final loop with your chain-nose pliers.
Make two of the 2:1 wire components.
Now begin assembly of this bracelet using two wrapped bead links to connect two of the duplex wire components together. Connect all five duplex wire components using this approach.
Connect the two end duplex wire components to a 2:1 wire component in the same manner.
Connect your clasp to one of the 2:1 wire components using a jumpring, or a figure 8 connector.
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