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Chain Landscape Edging

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Hang swag chains around your lawn or garden for edging that adds sparkle and sophistication to your landscape.

 Chain edging around garden

Project Overview

Skill Level


Estimated Time

Few hours

Estimated Cost


Tools and Materials


  • 2 pairs of pliers
  • Tape measure


  • 2 - packs #10 brushed nickel chain, 10 feet each, #348467
  • 7 - wire pigtail sign holders, #222126

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Step 1

 Open chain link

Use two pairs of pliers to bend the chain links open and divide the chain into 12 sections of 16 links each. At each end of every chain section, open the links using pliers. On a flat work surface, lay the sign holders about 2 feet apart with the ends all pointed one direction.

Step 2

 Pass chain link through pigtail

Insert an open link of one chain section around the top pigtail loop in the first sign holder, and close the link again. Attach the other end to the top pigtail loop in the second sign holder in the row. Repeat with another chain section to connect the third sign holder and again for the remaining ones. Follow the same process to connect the lower pigtail loops with chain. Check to make sure the sign holders are all underneath the chain and there are no twists or kinks.

Step 3

Along the border where you want to install the edging, drive the sign holders about 8 inches into the ground spaced 12 to 16 inches apart.