DIY Mobius/Rosette Chain Maille Unit Tutorial

A mobius or commonly called, “Rosette” is a chain maille unit where 3 or more jump rings are linked together forming a rosette-like shape. Mobius Ball from Mailleartisan.org
DIY Mobius/Rosette Chain Maille Unit Tutorial

Mobius chain maille unit can be used as a single design or a component to which other chain maille weaves can be linked. The mobius chain maille weave are for beginners and in just 2 simple steps you’ll be able to make one mobius unit.

First, link 2 jump rings.
DIY Mobius/Rosette Chain Maille Unit Tutorial

Bring up one more jump ring and attach the first 2 linked jump rings.
DIY Mobius/Rosette Chain Maille Unit Tutorial

Now, if you try to spread the rings, all 3 jump rings are linked to each other.
DIY Mobius/Rosette Chain Maille Unit Tutorial

Gather all 3 jump rings and you now have 1 unit of mobius chain maille.
DIY Mobius/Rosette Chain Maille Unit Tutorial

That’s it! You can now experiment and explore different ways how to use the mobius unit. You can also use different colors and/or sizes of jump rings to see what designs you can come up with. Here are some mobius/rosette chain maille weave patterns that you can try.

Chain Maille Rosette Link Tutorial from Allfreebeadedjewelry
DIY Mobius/Rosette Chain Maille Unit Tutorial

MOBIUS LINK BRACELET from Beadsisters’ Library
DIY Mobius/Rosette Chain Maille Unit Tutorial

Wiggle (Mobius) from Rebecca Mojica
DIY Mobius/Rosette Chain Maille Unit Tutorial

Hope you learned from this short sharing of how to do chain maille mobius unit. This chain maille weave can be a good start for chain maille beginners.
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