Sometimes even the most seasoned Mailler will sit down and experiment. You may find yourself with only a handful of rings in odd sizes, unsure what you can make with the selection you have but still feeling the urge to work some rings together. So you’ll start tp putz around, play with patterns you knowContinue reading “The Beauty of Chainmaille”
Just a few pictures of Valkyrie out in the elements 😎
Until we get the pictures from the photographer these will have to do! Valkyrie is a chainmaille dress made in two months with 12,222 5/16” 16gauge Anodized Aluminum rings in Matte Frost and Matte Titanium Grey and accented by 172 Anodized Aluminum scales and 820 5/32” 18gauge rings. Our model here is a Women’s sizeContinue reading “Valkyrie”
Valentines Day is fast approaching, but we’ve got you covered.
We call this our Lunatic Fringe phase, because everything looks better with some dangly bits!
This started out as a Hauberk we called Winter Soldier, but the patter was too big, and too beautiful to shrink, so it became a Viking women’s dress – thatywhen Valkyrie was born. Complete with headdress, fringed hand “flowers” and a necklace, all she needs it furred leggings, some fresh snow, and a model withContinue reading “Valkyrie”
We can NOT get over this look! This is DragonHeart, finally modeled by its owner #aeonjane of #studiofrontstreet. As a professional photographer, it takes a little time to get the chance to step in front of the camera, but when you are this talented and beautiful, it’s worth waiting for. This was the first patternedContinue reading “Winter Is Here!”
Have you seen it modeled? This is the hauberk we call Dragon Heart, made earlier this year and modeled here by a beautiful cosplay model. The shirt’s owner is the photographer, so we hope to get shots of HER wearing it soon, but in the meantime these photos are too gorgeous not to share.
Named for the new owner, this is our favorite Hauberk to date. 8 weeks, 16,885 rings of 1/4″ 16 gauge anodized aluminum, 500 rings of 5/32″ 18 gauge, 80 large scales, 20 smaller scales, and a whole lot of obsessive “just a few more rows!” I can’t wait to see what we do next.