First published in 1999, Art of Chainmail is a must-have for any chainmailler who wants to really understand the European family of chainmail weaves.
This book focuses more on armor than on jewelry. There are some nice pointers for how to fit curved objects and join odd shapes. It also covers the patterns for a whole range of European-based patterns. This is Dylon’s first book, written before his collaboration on Lark’s Chain Mail Jewelry title.
Spiral bound, 63 pages long, including a section on basic techniques and an inspiration gallery that demonstrates some of the techniques discussed in the book.
Autographed by the author!