Linking Undrilled Ovals

by Jane Baine
(Sesser, IL)

I have some black ovals undrilled. Is there a way to link them other than jump rings? These have pointy ends and smooth upper part. I want to make a necklace or a bracelet with a different look, but don't know what to look for.

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Ovals Again
by: Jane Baine

Actually, I was thinking that maybe a bail for donuts would probably work. One on each side and they, then, could be linked by jump rings. Viola, I think I have answered my own question, unless you have a better idea, which I would appreciate. Thanks again.

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undrilled ovals
by: Jane Baine

These are like donuts. You know, sometimes they have holes drilled so you can string them but these are plain black plastic ovals. Sort of like a squished circle. Pointy on each end.

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Undrilled Ovals?
by: Christine

I'm not sure what you mean exactly- do you have a picture of these undrilled ovals? They have no holes at all?

How would you attach them with jump rings then? (I think the jump ring comment is confusing me).

Do you mean they are ring shaped? Like Lifesavers?

Christine ~how-to-make-jewelry

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