Re: [CHAIN_MAILLE_ARTISTS] Introduction
- I have a friend who is in the SCA...I prolly mentioned him in my introduction...he and I are both into the Viking era and well things just went from there.Oh yeah sounds just like me...I have several beading looms...I make chokers...etc....LOLJennie :)On Tue, Sep 14, 2010 at 2:10 PM, Dianna Wolfe <diannawolfe@...> wrote:That sounds like my progression. Loom, off loom, chokers, smudge feathers, medicine bags, dream catchers, and on and on, then I ran into chain maille LOL-------Original Message-------Subject: Re: [CHAIN_MAILLE_ARTISTS] IntroductionHi Dianna,Thank you for the welcome....I needed another addiction like I need a whole in the head LOL...but I am hooked and I already do bead work...native american style along with comtemperary....so this just seemed logical...:LOLThank you,Jennie :)On Tue, Sep 14, 2010 at 1:35 PM, Dianna Wolfe <diannawolfe@...> wrote:Welcome to the addiction Jennie.. Glad to have you join our little unconventional chain maille family.Dianna-------Original Message-------From: Jen CaltaDate: 09/14/10 12:39:40Subject: [CHAIN_MAILLE_ARTISTS] Introduction
Hi, my name is Jennie and I am just starting out with chain maille.
Infact I just made my first bracelet from a kit I purchased from a
very nice company I found on Etsy. I've been interested in maille for
a long time, but until I met a friend of mine who is in the SCA and we
got to talking about his learning to do maille and then I found this
family run business for rings and such...I took the leap into what
Ralph called the softer side to maille LOL.....
Am looking forward to meeting you all and learning more about my new