And when I found a wrap bracelet I made a few weeks back, sitting neglected in my crafting stuff, it sparked an idea. Look after the break for materials and steps!
Even though I made the connector part a while back, I still had the parts on hand, so I laid them out as well.
The original bracelet! I used E-6000 to attach the gold finding to the leather cord, then threaded turquoise chips and 6/0 gold seed beads out for an inch or so. Of course, I did this a while back, so if you do something similar you'll want to give it some time to dry. I used the gold curb chain and toggle clasp to make a fairly tight-fitting bracelet, then used another length of chain to make the ring by just opening a one of the links with jewelry pliers and attaching the two ends, then closing the link again. After this, I threaded one of the gold seed beads onto the leather cord, then threaded the cord over and through the chain. I chose the link as close to exactly across from the clasp as I could to thread through.
After this, I used the bead to do basically the same thing as a crimp bead, because, alas, the crimp beads I have were too small. I threaded the end of the cord back through the bead, then adjusted it so it was as flush as possible with the outermost turquoise chip.
I also made a couple of anklets while I was at it...god, I love turquoise.