Wasn't the use of chain maille as components inspirational?  Some readers thought so when they spotted last week's review and giveaway of Marilyn Gardiner's latest chain mail book.  You do not have to make the entire piece chain maille but to add other components to make the designs pop!

Sneaky Burrito had an excellent point when she said, "I am not so good at chain maille but I like the idea of working with smaller bits interspersed with larger components -- I might actually be able to finish a project."

So who won?  I numbered all the eligible entries and got the random number generator over on random.org to do the picking. The lucky winner is Liz Kennedy!  Congratulations!

Didn't win? You can get Fabulous Chain Mail Jewelry here!

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