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Chain Maille Starter Chain 
When I make a new chain maille item, if the chain has been hard to start I make it about one inch longer and keep the extra piece to start the next chain …

Earrings 
I find the hardest thing about making earrings it to make them both the same length. I've tried measuring the first one as i make it then make the second …

Wrapped loops 
If I am making a long wrap looped chain, instead of cutting lots of short pieces of wire for each loop I like to use pieces about 12inches long. I cut …

Memory Wire 
I like to wear gloves to protect my hands when working with memory wire, the ends can sometimes be quite sharp. The ring size memory wire makes great …

Handy tool 
One of the handiest tools i have is a hemostat. got mine at a flea market and wouldn't be without it. It is great for clamping threads, beading wire …

Keep All Your Precious Metal Clay Filings 
One of the first tips I received when learning to use precious metal clay was to never throw your filings away. When I sand my pieces I use a plastic …

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