Such a clever pattern, pleasant simplicity, and lots and lots of options when it comes ring sizes to use.
In choosing the big rings for this bracelet, I did go one size larger than what's in the weave description on MAIL. And for this reason, I picked stainless steel which will offer a stable shape and firm hold on the kerf closures.
Speaking of closure, I did fuss over what type, what material, what shape, ... etc, etc. Felt like the closure selection took longer than making the whole bracelet... oy!
As you can see, I finally settled on a simple, handmade (to be specific, "my hand", that is:-)) niobium toggle bar. I think closures are just as important, if not more, as the main part of the jewelry. They should take a stand on either being part of the overall presentation, or be the focal point. In either case, it should not be an after thought; or in this case, I did think about it after I finished the chain, but to my defense, lots of thoughts were put into the final decision to make sure the bracelet looks good and wears well!!
For you DIYers who'd like to try their hands on this, here are my stats for this Solar Eclipse: 16swg, 7/16", 5/16", and 18swg, 3/16", all stainless steel, all saw cut.
Like this a lot but don't feel like DIY? This bracelet is available for purchase thru my online studio DaisyKreates.com. Hope to see you there!!