Have you ever struggled to measure out the spaces between beads while making a simple knotted necklace, only to end up with all different lengths? Have you ever been making a knotted bead bracelet and had the knot slip out of place at the last second, leaving you with an unsightly gap? Then the Easy Knotter is the answer to your jewelry making prayers. This handy tablet tool is designed to make creating uniform knotted bead jewelry an absolute cinch, and AllFreeJewelryMaking is giving away an Easy Knotter to one lucky winner!
You won’t believe how easy it is to make beautiful knotted bead jewelry with this simple device. Made by Designs by Reenie, the Easy Knotter is an easy-to-use, affordable tool that every jewelry designer should have in their collection of supplies. The device itself is merely a small board with a peg placed in the center and measurements marked in half-inch increments on either side. The thin peg allows you to effortlessly tie tight, neat knots in your thread or cord, and the measurements allow you to evenly space your knots along your cord for a clean, uniform appearance. The final result is a professional-looking piece of knotted bead jewelry that you created yourself in a matter of minutes.
The Easy Knotter itself is merely 6 inches long by 4 inches wide and very light, so it can be easily manipulated and then tucked away for storage. The marks on either side of the peg mean that both right- and left-handed individuals can use the board comfortably. I saw the Easy Knotter in action at the To Bead True Blue show in Tucson this past February and marveled at the ease and simplicity of the design. It’s a no-brainer; you need this tool in your collection.
You can enter to win the AllFreeJewelryMaking Easy Knotter giveaway every day from now until April 22, 2013. Entries are limited to one a day, but you can earn extra entries by opting to share your entry on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, or Google+. Learn more and enter to win here. Good luck!
Tell us, could you see yourself using the Easy Knotter in your jewelry designs?