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How to String Beads Impeccably

Learn how to string beads perfectly every single time with this beginner jewelry making tutorial.

By: Candie Cooper for favecrafts.com
How to String Beads Impeccably
How to String Beads Impeccably
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Brand new jewelry making enthusiasts might be surprised to learn that there is a right and a wrong way to string beads. Stringing beaded bracelet patterns and DIY necklaces is actually a little complicated. You have to make sure you are using the right materials for your project and your beads. This How to String Beads Impeccably jewelry making video shows you exactly what sort of materials to use when beading as well as the ultimate jewelry making hack to secure your knots tight, allowing you to fight off the dreaded broken bracelet sending beads flying.

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I have had some very bad experiences in the beginning days of my jewelry making business. Broken threads, clasps that came off, beads out of order or missing. It was always something and I threatened to quit many times. But I didn't. If I had seen this video back then I could have avoided many of my blunders. Instead I had to go thru my live and learn cycle. Not good if you were using expensive things like sterling silver wire. I didn't know that I should practice with inexpensive plated wire. The people new to jewelry making should really enjoy this video.

I completely agree with you. I wish I had known this video existed because I did not know which wire to use to make what. I made some jewelry for family members for gifts and made a beautiful piece and when I finished I was not happy with how it was not flowing right on the arm or neck or the elastic coming undone and beads flying all over the floor. I am still trying to learn this jewelry making only been doing it for a short time. This is a great video.

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