Completed Contest Contest of the Month - July


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July's contest is sponsored by The Ring Lord The Ring Lord . They've generously offered $50.00 towards a purchase on

This month, we're looking for pictures of something you're currently working on, or a piece you recently completed. The winner will be chosen at random from all eligible entries on July 31st, 2021.

How to enter the contest:
  1. In the reply box, tell us a little bit about your entry (What you were inspired by and how you were inspired).
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  2. Click "Attach files":
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  3. In the window that opens, select the photo that you would like to enter.
  4. On the photo thumbnail that appears after your image is uploaded click "insert":
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  5. Click "Full Image":
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  6. Click "Post reply":
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Entry period: Now - July 30th, 2021 11:59 PM EST.

Contest Rules:
  • One Entry per eligible member.
  • The contest must have at least 10 entries for the prize to be awarded.
  • Contest winner is responsible for any additional fees, shipping costs, tariffs, and/or taxes.
  • Users creating additional accounts to enter will be disqualified and/or banned from the contest forum.
  • Posts other than contest entries will be removed.
  • Contest winners that receive a prize will be ineligible for the next 2 contests following the one they win.

If you have any questions, please feel free to post in our Troubleshooting/Site Questions forum or start a conversation with .

Good Luck everyone,
A friend is knitting a “weather gradient” blanket with a new row every day in different colors for every 10 degrees (going by the high temp). I wanted to do something similar in maille, so I’m doing a scarf!



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Just finished making this cute shenanigans choker. Wanted something small, but with a pop of colour, I think it turned out alright.
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During the Pandemic, I came close to losing my vision, not permanently, but I need 4 surgeries to fix it. 2 months after the first one, I was able to Maille again! I wanted to celebrate so I created this headpiece.




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I just finished my first "Jelly Cube." I have been wanting to make one for awhile, and while visiting my parents this weekend, I was talking to my dad about it. His reply was, "Well, then make one. Just do it." So I did! I didn't have the best size of rings on-hand, but it still turned out pretty well! My boys (ages 6 and 4) have already claimed it and are requesting more. 😁


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My newest piece. Double strand box chain in silver and black. I'm still new and learning, so this was a challenge to myself to try a new pattern other than my beloved byzantine. I like this weave in that it assembles very similar to Byz, and is comfortable to work with.

I am going to try another pattern soon. But first I want to order in some new rings on payday.



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Terrible mess right now, but with little experience I thought I'd go for a challenge and try moorish rose. I've barely started on it, but I plan on this being part of a christmas gift.


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These are two of my currently in progress works, one barrel weave 18 inch necklace and one Elf Weave variant bracelet, the bracelet is a gift for my mother in law.


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I call this piece "Flowering Stars". I was inspired by one of my favorite lines from J.R.R. Tolkien's The Hobbit that described the handiwork of the Dwarves of Erebor; "On silver necklaces they strung the flowing stars," so I wanted to convey this idea. The necklace is made up of multiple patterns including mobius, byzantine, 2-in-2, and pixie snowflake (by Dawdling Dragons). It is made using round and diamond rolled stainless steel jump-rings and clear Swarovski glass.



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My entry will eventually be a seamless over-the-hand cuff in Coyote weave. I learned Coyote after seeing Eric Whitney post a bracelet in the weave, and I looked up a tutorial for it. I made bracelets in large (16swg 3/16") and medium sizes (18 swg 9/64") and wanted a small-sized one (20 swg 3/32"), as well, because I like how thick the sheet is for the ring size, and I enjoy how it flows.

I find Coyote a little tedious to weave at this size and I've had some neck pain if I bend over my work for too long at a time recently, so this one is progressing slowly. I've already experimented with joining it to itself, and while it's a little fiddly due to lack of room, with some patience and fine-tipped pliers, I believe I can join up this size as well.

I'm attaching pictures of the WIP micromaille bracelet as well as the larger finished bracelets.

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The black one is a little floppy around the edges due to me leaving out a ring in a misguided attempt to stabilize; I've improved it to the more standard edge since that photo was taken.


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My rainbow striped top is probably my most popular and I had recently had a commission that wanted a three color ombre so since I had already made the pattern I decided to do a new pride style <3


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I created this pendant I call Mora a week or so ago. I recently lost my best friend and it’s name is inspired by her.

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Entry period has closed. The prize is ACTIVE :). Winner will be picked at random today, July 31st. Good luck to everyone who entered!

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Apologies about the delay in picking the winner.

We had 32 entries this month - starting with post #2 and ending with post #33, therefore, we're going to pick a random number from 2 - 33. The post that corresponds with the number chosen will be the winner of the contest.

And the winner is (drumroll please)


Post #11

Congratulations to the winner of our July Contest H Hoatzin !​

We hope that $50.00 off your order at will be of great use to you. We'll be reaching out to you via conversation shortly regarding your prize.

A BIG THANK YOU to everyone who entered and an ENORMOUS thank you to The Ring Lord The Ring Lord for sponsoring this months contest.