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Topics: Finding the Largest Lobster Claw Clasp

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Lobster Claw clasps: if a large one is needed, do I order a higher mm or lower one? What is your largest size lobster claw clasp?
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Topics: Using Magnetic Clasps with Accu-Flex® Beading Wire

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How do you attach magnet clasps for bracelets to Accu-Flex® beading wire? And how do you determine what weight of Accu-Flex® beading wire to use.
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Topics: Attaching a Clasp to Charm Bracelet Chain

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I bought this beautiful sterling silver interlocking hearts chain and plan to use it for a charm bracelet. I'm not sure how to attach a clasp to it, or what kind of clasp would be best. Can you advise?
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Topics: Using S-Hook Clasps

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I don't understand how to use S-Hook clasps. Am I supposed to separate one of the S's so that the ring will slide on and off? I purchased one, but the S is too tight on both sides to slide the jumpring on and off.
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Topics: Tennis Bracelet Stringing Material

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I saw a tennis bracelet pattern in Bead and Button book. I have made quite a few of them for gifts for my family although I used 6mm bicone crystals instead of the 4mm the instructions called for. The best one I've made so far was for myself, it was made using 6mm crystal AB. What I'm asking you is this: The pattern calls for mono filament beading thread. I am wondering if this line is going to get cut using the bicone crystals? Also, the pattern calls for a box clasp, mine keeps coming apart every time I wear it--what else can I use instead?
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Topics: Clasps, Finishing, Loops, Thread

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I'm planning on purchasing some of the 8mm Amber Clasps. I think they're neat, but I don't know how to use them.
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Topics: Most Secure Charm Attachment

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What is the most secure way to attach a charm or bead to chain?
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