I would like to make simple bangle-style bracelets with a single connector. It will slide over the hand and not open. The gauge of the wire needs to be fairly thin (maybe 22 - 24 gauge). Memory wire does not work because it tries to close and the connector goes sideways. Should I use half hard wire and tumble it, or softer wire and tumble it...then add my connector? Thanks so much for the advice!!
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