How to know your ring size
We love rings, we love giving presents and it is a common question if you want to buy or buy someone a ring. What ring size do I use? What ring size should I give to someone else? There are up to three different ways to check the ring size we use; you just must choose the one that is easier for you to hit the mark with your purchase.
How to know the ring size with a sewing meter
If you have a tape measure, you can easily measure the circumference of your finger with it. So, you can know the length of the circumference.
How to know the size of the ring with a ruler
If you have a rigid ruler, all you have to do is cut a 2 cm / 0.78" wide strip of paper, wrap your finger around it, marking how much the circumference measures, and then checking that measurement of the paper on the ruler. Here is the table of equivalences between length and ring size, and if you have any doubts you can always use this very practical cutout.
How to find out the ring size by measuring the inside circumference
You only need to take a ring that you have at home and that fits you well, and you can measure the internal diameter with a ruler. It should be measured at the widest place on the ring and along the inner edge. You can also place it on top of this table of diameters that indicates the size equivalent to that measurement.
Things to consider when measuring ring size
The thickness of our fingers can change between the left and the right hand, and the measure can vary greatly if we are hot or cold or if our fingers swell throughout the day. For these reasons, it is convenient to take the measurements at a standard time and take them on the finger on which we are going to wear the ring, leaving something better loose than too tight.