Byzantine chain is composed of bi-directional segments linked by pairs of rings. If you’ve gotten the hang of “Boxchain: Method 2,” Byzantine will be easy to learn because it works up very similarly.
- 18-gauge (1.0 mm) 4 mm inside-diameter (ID) jump rings in 2 colors
- paper clip or scrap wire
Close two color A rings and two color B rings. Open all the remaining rings.
Slide an open B through two closed As and two closed Bs, and close the B. Slide another open B through the same four rings. This is called doubling. Slide a paper clip or piece of scrap wire through the end pair of As, and spread out the rings to create a 2+2+2 chain.