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Secure the bead by tying a knot behind the bead with both straps.

Secure the bead by tying a knot behind the bead with both straps.

LINK   1. In a wire bundle, a wire knot and put down in a loop. You can also use an extra thread, it is easier to make, since the loop can be placed in the desired position.  2. After wrapping up many times since the loop and all the other threads with the long end of the thread. It becomes tight and uniform.  3.Pasar thread end through the loop. Roll out the other end of the wire up and while pulling slightly downward spirals. The upper end is hidden in the bundle of wires.

LINK 1. In a wire bundle, a wire knot and put down in a loop. You can also use an extra thread, it is easier to make, since the loop can be placed in the desired position. 2. After wrapping up many times since the loop and all the other threads with the long end of the thread. It becomes tight and uniform. 3.Pasar thread end through the loop. Roll out the other end of the wire up and while pulling slightly downward spirals. The upper end is hidden in the bundle of wires.

How to: #diy Pearl Bracelet

How to: #diy Pearl Bracelet

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How to: #diy Pearl Bracelet

How to: #diy Pearl Bracelet

How to use crimp beads | tutorial | www.bykaro.nl for your jewelry making supplies

How to use crimp beads | tutorial | www.bykaro.nl for your jewelry making supplies

Jewelry Tools, Jewelry Findings, and Jewelry Making Supplies |.

Jewelry Tools, Jewelry Findings, and Jewelry Making Supplies |.

Basics to making jewellery - how to use a crimp cover. They are used to cover up a crimp for a more polished look. When they are closed, they will look like a metal bead.

Basics to making jewellery - how to use a crimp cover. They are used to cover up a crimp for a more polished look. When they are closed, they will look like a metal bead.

Stopper Knot - also known as the Oystermans stopper, is a knot developed by Clifford Ashley around 1910.

Stopper Knot - also known as the Oystermans stopper, is a knot developed by Clifford Ashley around 1910.

Legendary Beads » Tutorial: Leather Layering Bracelet

Legendary Beads » Tutorial: Leather Layering Bracelet