We have another neat little design for you, this time courtesy of Leayn at Anthelion Jewelry ( Facebook , Website ) She is calling this the Starburst necklace.
130—18g 5/32″ ID steel rings (or as shown 58 steel, 72 bronze—8 of the steel are connector rings to link chain to byzantine segments)
10—18g 1/4″ ID steel rings
4—Stainless steel tube beads 11mm
4 sections of Style 1 steel chain—3″ each
4 sections of Style 1 steel chain—7″ each (adjust to preferred total length, this makes about a 22-23″ necklace)
1 stainless steel 12 mm lobster clasp
Voting is now over and we have a TIE!!!
We had some wonderful entries, here is a look at them again. (all thumbnails will open a larger picture)
We had a really good turn out of votes as well, and we still managed a tie. Without further ado, here are your winners
Karen Snyder from Karen Snyder’s O. Sebastian
Jennifer Parrish from WXdruid chainmail
Congratulations to our winners, your C&T account now has a $25 credit, and a big thank you to all our entries. The February Gauntlet has been announced, so get your entries in!
Now that voting is under way for the January Gauntlet, it’s time to announce the theme for February.
Tiny. That’s right, small. Show us your best 20 gauge creations.
Round, square, or a combination.
Byzantine, European, Persian, or some strange hybrid. We don’t care as long as it’s small.
A complete set of rules can be found here.
The Gauntlet for January is now closed for submissions and voting is open. We had some great entries, have a look through all of them and pick your favorite. Voting is open for 1 week, and at the end of that week, the submission that has the most votes will be crowned the winner. No actual crown will be awarded, but they do get bragging rights and a $25 store credit.
Go vote now
The theme for February will be announced in the coming days.