Bee Stings & Bipolar Beestings

Video Tutorial Bee Stings & Bipolar Beestings

Author's Note
We wanted to document many of the available weaves in video format to help not only inspire our customers, but to keep an archive of resources for all maillers. Being an Australian business we wanted to help our customers with metric sizes where we can but we have found that using both metric and imperial has given us the best of both worlds. We hope the videos prove to be of worth to the world wide Chainmaillers community.
- Aussie Maille

Bee Stings & Bipolar Beestings



Join with Deb from Aussie Maille while she demonstrates how to create both the Bee Stings and Bipolar Beestings Weaves.
(Originally streamed live, any giveaways are no longer valid.)

You can buy all components/supplies/tools at our store.

To create these weaves we suggest the following:
  • Beestings:
    • 14G (1.6mm) 5/16” (7.94mm) ID Jump Rings OR
    • 16G (1.2mm) 7/32” (5.56mm) ID Jump Rings OR
    • 18G (1.0mm) 3/16” (4.76mm) ID Jump Rings OR
    • 20G (0.8mm) 5/32” (3.97mm) ID Jump Rings

  • Bipolar Beestings:
    • 14G (1.6mm) 5/16” (7.94mm )ID Jump Rings
      16G (1.2mm) 7/32” (5.56mm) ID Jump Rings OR

    • 16G (1.2mm) 7/32” (5.56mm) ID Jump Rings
      18G (1.0mm) 3/16” (4.76mm) ID Jump Rings OR

    • 18G (1.0mm) 3/16” (4.76mm) ID Jump Rings
      20G (0.8mm) 5/32” (3.97mm) ID Jump Rings

  • 2 pairs of smooth jawed pliers (The Xuron Pliers used in the tutorial are the Chisel Nosed and Short Nosed Wide.)
  • Jump Ring Trays
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Bee Stings original submission on M.A.I.L (Maille Artisans International League) website credited to Argentum.

Bipolar Beestings original submission on M.A.I.L (Maille Artisans International League) website credited to BrassAnvil.
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