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  1. After a little more than 2 year I have finally finished my Jolly Roger. Now I need to have a frame made for it so I can mount it on the back of my Trackchair for the St.Louis Renaissance Festival. The official ring count is 15,395 16g 1/4" rings.
  2. I just finished it and the official ring count is 15,395 rings. I will try to post an updated photo this weekend.
  3. Just changed the photo of my Jolly Roger for an update. I hate the size restrictions.
  4. Not sure, I will have to count them and find out. LOL, my wife asked me last night how many more rings I'm going to need and I couldn't tell her.
  5. Here is an update on the chainmaille Jolly Roger that I've been working on for 2 years now. I think I will have it finished in a few days and then have to find someone to make a fram for it to be mounted on my Trackchair.
  6. Thank You. I've been very busy working on things we plan to sell at our Farmers market this year. I can never seem to order enough rings for anything, much less my inlay.
  7. Here is my latest update on my Jolly Roger. I just ran out of black rings so I will have to wait until atleast next month to get more but it is slowly coming along. I'm already trying to plan my next inlay.
  8. Did you finish the jolly roger inlay?!

  9. Well, here's my last update until next month when I get more rings to work with. It's finally starting to take shape and I hope the picture looks right. TRL keeps cutting down the size of the file I can upload.
  10. It won't be long and I will be posting another update, probably this evening or tomorrow.
  11. Here's the latest update. It's coming along slowly. I finally got to get started on the cross bones.
  12. As soon as I'm able to get back to work on it I plan to post regular updates on it. I'm not good at computing the number of rings. When it comes to math, that's my weak point.
  13. I started out by just looking at a picture that I found online and then someone told me about a program called IGP. That program turns your picture into a chainmaille pattern that if you want to you can print out to use as a guide. I'm still learning the program but having a lot of fun with it.
  14. Well Chainmaille friends. Here is my progress sofar on the Jolly Roger flag that I plan to have hanging on the back of my Action Trackchair when I goto the St.Louis Renaissance Faire this year. I'm using 16 gauge 1/4" anodized aluminum rings for this project. I can hardly wait to get it finished and start on my American Flag.
  15. Sounds good to me.