Hocus Pocus Chainmaille Bracelet

Hocus Pocus Chainmaille Bracelet

Hocus Pocus Chainmaille Bracelet
Hocus Pocus Chainmaille Bracelet
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Create this Hocus Pocus Chainmaille Bracelet for a Halloween jewelry project that is more than just a simple tutorial. Use the European 4-in-1 chainmaille technique to make a bracelet that takes orange and black to a whole new level. This DIY jewelry project is perfect for honing your chainmaille skills and creating a holiday jewelry accessory that is both elegant and fun at the same time. Give it a try with this full step-by-step DIY bracelet tutorial. You won't be disappointed by this spooky pattern made from jump rings!

Project TypeMake a Project

Bead TypeMetal

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Bead Technique UsedChainmail/Wirework

Bead Project TypeBracelet

Difficulty LevelIntermediate

Materials List

  • 2 - 4mm Matte Black Plated Brass 18 Gauge Open Jump Ring (BM4043) 
  • 92 jump rings - 5.6mm Amber 18 Gauge Open Jump Rings (AW8139) 
  • 138 jump rings - 6.6mm Black 18 Gauge Open Jump Rings (AW8214) 
  • 1 - 21x11.5mm Black Enameled Copper S Clasp (AW8700)
  • Chain nose pliers


  1. Make a 7-inch (or desired) length of European 4-in-1 chainmaille. Use 6.6mm black jump rings for the outer two rows and 5.6mm amber jump rings for the connecting jump rings.

  2. Make the bracelet two rows wider.

  3. Attach one 6.6mm black jump ring to the two amber jump rings on one end of the bracelet.

  4. Repeat Step 3 on the opposite end of the bracelet.

  5. Use one 4mm black jump ring to attach one 6.6mm black jump ring to the black jump ring attached in Step 3.

  6. Use one 4mm black jump ring to attach the S clasp to the black jump ring attached in Step 4.

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I love that I can just download the PDF right here! I am really excited to try and make this bracelet! Plus, you can make it in a ton of colors for different holidays

This is glorious! Seems to cry out for a matching necklace -- which should work by extending the length (she hopes). The bracelet is striking and dramatic - a set would be dynamic.


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