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Now we need to connect loop 12 in the end wire segment to the commercial
clasp (I) and the guard chain (J). There are three good ways to do
this. You can open loop 11 in the end wire segment and slide the
loop in the commercial clasp and one link of the guard chain onto the end
wire segment and finally into position in loop 12, or you can use a
ring to connect between loop 12 and the loop in the commercial clasp,
or you can use a
figure 8 connector.
|Step 32: Before choosing how to connect your clasp and guard chain to finish your bracelet, measure your bracelet to this point. If your bracelet is over 7 inches long, connect your clasp directly to the end wire segments by opening either loop 10 or 11 and sliding the clasp and guard chain into position in loop 12. If your bracelet is 7 inches long or less, use either a pair of jump rings or figure 8 connectors. Your goal is to make your bracelet about 7 1/2 inches long when completed. Finish this bracelet by connecting your 2 1/2 inch long guard chain and clasp to both ends of your bracelet.||
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