Viking knit is the old method of knitting chains from Scandinavia.
I used bronze wire 0,3 mm.

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bohn only's says:

nice. this is how i like to learn. no words, just watch closely and follow along, appreciate it. did not expect the cool result when i watched the start.

musicbox 1127 says:

good job man!!

Emil Rozumbaum says:

Hi, can you tell us the diameter of the wire thanks

Lemon Squishy says:

I can't wait to start (attempt) one of these bracelets! Gorgeous strength!

Robert Coleman says:

I'm going to use this weave in my own project. ?

Dorothy Miller says:

Beautiful and you make it seem so easy, which I am sure it is not. I love how you start and end the wire when you need to use more.

CRAZYGATE says:

it looks good but you could have done a better video but hey it's a free demonstration don't need to work to hard. just a thought that more instructive more easily people would share your video

CRAZYGATE says:

it looks good but you could have done a better video but hey it's a free demonstration don't need to work to hard. just a thought that more instructive more easily people would share your video

mirè coci says:

Molto bravo! Li vendi?

Duke Baguette says:

Thanks a lot, without any word your video is really clear. Where can I find the armrings ends ? I didn't find any where I usually find my archaeo replics. (What I would more be pleased to find is ram ends)

Nichole Smith says:

words would be great.

Daniel Rodriguez says:

What's a bracelet run for?

Winksartist T says:

Excellent tutorial

nancyruth2008 says:

I like the way the triple knit looks…not sure if that's what you call it when you go back the the top third row or not but that's what I call it. I like double knit too but triple is very thick and heavy duty looking…arrrrrgh!

Keltoum Touidjine says:

waw super

Merlin UK says:

Beautiful!

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