An ancient technique with modern applications
Stringing beads is one of the foundational skills of jewelry making and it can open up a myriad of design possibilities. Master this versatile and ever-popular technique with our abundant bead stringing resources. Happy Beading!
Bead Stringing Resources How-To Videos View More
Using an Intermittent Stringing Technique
Float groups of beads on colorful Accu-Flex® beading wire using crimps.
Using Crimp Covers
See how crimp covers can create a professional and stylish finish to jewelry designs in the featured tutorial by Marlynn.
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Thread, Cord and Wire Information
There are a lot of stringing materials out there. How do you know which beading thread, cord or wire to use for your jewelry-making projects? Learn what the best stringing supplies are made with and their intended uses to help ensure you're getting...
Stringing and Jewelry-Making Fundamentals
At one end of a length of Accu-Flex beading wire (cut to the proper length for your design) thread on a crimp bead (or crimp tube) then thread the wire through one side of an Accu-Guard wire protector. Continue passing the wire over the curve of the...
Ask the Expert about Bead Stringing Resources
How do I choose which stringing material to use: beading wire, nylon thread or elastic cords? What size do I use?
Your stringing material choice depends entirely on what type of beads and component you want to use in your design. Heavier components, as well as...