She creates these necklaces by connecting hammered metal squares with jump rings, which require a very precise technique to properly close and secure. In class, Linda always reminds students that you have to “wiggle” the jump rings in such a way to make the molecules tighten up.
Since necklaces these days are all about length, Linda made these beauties extra long and dramatic as statement pieces, perfect for work or a night out. I personally love the one with chain fringe!
Are you trying something new in the new year? What is your great experiment for 2016?