Viperscale Chainmaille Made Easy
I won the 2015 NM State Fair Jewelry Competition with the Viperscale chain maille design. Learn to make it yourself with this PDF tutorial. 12 pages, 34 pictures.
Viperscale is an advanced design, but you can do it! In one PDF jewelry tutorial download, you get all the instructions, images, and tips for making the Viperscale chain maille weave. This tutorial will walk you through each step, with lots of pictures and instructions. Make your own chainmaille jewelry with this tutorial.
“Viperscale Made Easy tutorial” is my newest chain maille tutorial. I spend a lot of time making sure they are easy to follow and understand. Pictures are cropped closely for great detail, and the text is carefully edited to make sure you understand exactly what you need to do to make your own jewelry. I have made this design many times, and I have great tips and tricks for making it easily.
Rings Sizes You Will Need
6mm inner diameter, 18 gauge (AWG) Used in this tutorial
Option – 4.5mm inner diameter, 20 gauge (AWG)
Option – 7.5mm inner diameter, 16 gauge (AWG)
Sample Reviews of the Tutorials
- Wonderful tutorial, it is incredibly simple to follow along.
- This weave always looked difficult until I ordered the tutorial. David makes it so easy to follow–wonderful instructions!
- Great clear pictures and fantastic instructions.
- ‘Made Easy’ are the best words to describe all David’s tutorials. He puts a lot of time and thought into them.
If you purchase this tutorial and still have questions, e-mail me and send pictures. I’ll help you get it right!
Receiving the Tutorial
The payment confirmation page will have a link for downloading the tutorial. You will also receive a separate e-mail with the download link. If you don’t receive the download link within a day, e-mail me.
This is a copyrighted PDF, and I retain all rights. I ask that you not copy, reproduce, distribute, or sell this PDF. On the other hand, please make lots and lots of jewelry from this design and sell as much of it as you can! (Be sure to keep one to wear, though. Chainmaille is beautiful jewelry!)