- gold and silver 14mm jump rings – thick gauge ones so they are durable
- silver 8mm jump rings
- 24 gauge gold-colored wire
- toggle clasp (only bar part is needed)
Slide it onto the open jump ring as a starting point for coiling the wire around the jump ring.
Wind the wire away from your body, “scooting” the wire to the left as you coil. Keep it loose–if you coil it too tight, you won’t be able to scoot the wire around to the left like you need to. Also make sure your coils aren’t too close together–let the silver shine through to create a two tone effect.
Once you are done winding, snip the wire on both ends as close to the jump ring as possible. Using your chain-nose pliers, press the snipped ends snugly against the jump ring. Now close your jump ring.
When your bracelet is as long as you want it to be, attach the toggle clasp to your last 14mm ring using a 8mm jump ring. The toggle clasp can be inserted through any of the larger jump rings, making the bracelet adjustable.
As a variation, you can also use silver wire to coil around the gold rings and/or intersperse gold 8mm jump rings as well as silver ones. Enjoy!