Pearl knotting is traditionally done with silk thread, placing a knot between each bead to prevent them from rubbing against each other. Gently pre-stretch the silk by pulling it inch by inch through your thumb and forefinger. Silk thread generally comes with a needle attached. Use this needle to string a bead, then form a…

Pearl knotting is traditionally done with silk thread, placing a knot between each bead to prevent them from rubbing against each other. Gently pre-stretch the silk by pulling it inch by inch through your thumb and forefinger. Silk thread generally comes with a needle attached. Use this needle to string a bead, then form a…

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Check out the tutorial on this technique or watch the video at the end of the post.

Check out the tutorial on this technique or watch the video at the end of the post.

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Basics to making jewellery - how to use a calotte. Calottes are used to attach your jewellery design to a clasp. They're great for multi-stranded jewellery or strings and threads like nymo which can wear away when you use finishes like crimps.

Basics to making jewellery - how to use a calotte. Calottes are used to attach your jewellery design to a clasp. They're great for multi-stranded jewellery or strings and threads like nymo which can wear away when you use finishes like crimps.

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Tambour / Lunéville embroidery / beading technique | [Ecole Lesage & Lunéville (Tambour) Embroidery & Beading]
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Flat Peyote Clasp - Option 2 | Beading Techniques | Fusion Beads

Flat Peyote Clasp - Option 2 | Beading Techniques | Fusion Beads

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FREE Pattern & Beading Technique - Chenille Stitch Necklace _ 11o SBs in 2 Colors _ Beaded 16 inch Cord _ FREE From http-//www.elfen.be/index.php?pag=600&alid=60 .pdf

FREE Pattern & Beading Technique - Chenille Stitch Necklace _ 11o SBs in 2 Colors _ Beaded 16 inch Cord _ FREE From http-//www.elfen.be/index.php?pag=600&alid=60 .pdf

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