October 20, 2009, 2:38 am
January 27, 2012, 6:25 pm
DescriptionA weave I decided to try, I found a picture of it calling it "Flowers in cages" and decided to try it with a rainbow of colors, making a bracelet. It worked, in my book, and I used 16ga 5/16" stainless steel for the cages, and 18 ga 1/4" anodized aluminum for the flowers, going from red to purple, (I know the last flower is hard to tell, but it is purple) alternating the number of rings in each flower five rings then three rings, and may sell a duplicate of it at a gay pride rally, due to the rainbow of colors I incorperated into it.
P.S. The clasp is (obviously) hand-made, and the end rings are 14 ga 7/16". I'll probably give it to a friend of mine for her birthday.
One last note, for any one who wants to try to duplicate this, I don't care if you do, just know that you may have to work a bit harder with the flowers because of the A.R.'s I used for it, but it's not impossible. Have fun!
Weave(s) Used (Click to View Weave)Flowers in Cages
Images Tags (Click to Search Gallery)Tag(s): Anodized Aluminium, Bracelet, Jewellery, Stainless Steel
Weave(s): Flowers in Cages