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Spiral Herringbone Stitch

Pick up two A and pass down through the next A of the first row.

How to Create a Flat Chenille Stitch

How to Create a Seed Beaded Toggle Clasp

How to Create the Russian Spiral Stitch

Pass through the next color A and color B, exiting between two color Bs.

How to Create the Nepal Chain Stitch

How to Create the Tubular Chenille Stitch

Pass through the first bead and the last bead twice, pulling tight to create a circle. Pass through again, exiting the opposite side of the circle than the tail.

How to Create the Square Stitch

How to Use Suncatcher Connectors

How to Use Freeform Mountings

How to Create Tubular Brick Stitch

Pass through the first bead then back through the last bead of the length of ladder stitch. Pull taut to create a closed circle; this is row 1.Tip: For more stability during stitching, place the circle of seed beads around a base, such as a pencil...

How to Create the Dutch Spiral Stitch

Pick up the following pattern of seed beads:One A beadOne B beadOne A beadOne C beadOne D beadPass through all the beads again. Pull thread tight to create a circle and secure with a surgeon's knot.

How to Use the Foredom® Duplex Adapter and Hammer

How to Create the Tubular Netting Stitch

Pass through the first two beads added in Step 4 to move up into the next row.

How to Create the Circular Brick Stitch

Leaving a 4-inch tail, pass through a round bead twice, looping the thread around the outside of the bead. Pull the thread taut to secure the bead on the thread.

How to Create the Double St. Petersburg Stitch

How to Create the St. Petersburg Stitch

How to Create the Chevron Stitch

Pass back through the first color A seed bead strung in Step 3. Pull the thread tight to create a curved triangle.

How to Create the Cubic Right Angle Weave

Pick up four beads. Pull the thread tight to create circle A, then tie a surgeon's knot. Trim the tail to approximately 1/2 inch length.Pass the needle through an adjacent bead. This is now bead A1, as noted on the diagram.

How to Create the African Helix Stitch

Pass through all the beads again and pull tightly into a circle. Using the working thread and the tail create a knot to secure the circle and complete the first row.Pass through the adjacent A bead so the tail and the working thread are on opposite...

How to Make Your Own Clay Cutters

Use metal sheet cutter shears to cut a strip of metal sheet approximately 10mm wide and the length equaling the circumference of the template.Tip: It may be necessary to cut additional strips of metal sheet to equal the circumference of the...

How to Create a Spiral Chainmaille Weave

Pass a silver jumpring through a closed copper jumpring, then close.

How to Create a Roundmaille Weave

Pass one silver jumpring through two copper jumprings, then close. Repeat to create a 2-1 chain that is five sets of rings in length.Pass a silver ring through the first and last sets of copper rings of the chain, then close.

How to Create a Jens Pind Linkage Chainmaille Weave

Pass a piece of scrap wire or a twist tie through a closed jumpring then twist to secure.

How to Create a Half Persian 3-in-1 Chainmaille Weave

Pass a jumpring through two closed rings, then close. Position the rings as shown.

How to Create a Dragonscale Chainmaille Weave

Starting and ending with large rings, create a 1-1 chain with alternating large and small rings that is the desired width of the finished weave.Lay the chain on your work surface as shown.

How to Create a Japanese 4-in-1 Chainmaille Weave

Alternating large and small rings, create a 1-1 chain that is the desired finished width of the weave.Repeat to create a second chain that is the same width.

How to Create a Japanese 6-in-1 Chainmaille Weave

Starting and ending with large jumprings, create a 1-1 chain to the desired length with alternating large and small rings.

How to Create a Camo-Look Using Polymer Clay

Condition large grape-size sections of tan, brown, army green and a smaller amount of black Sculpey™ polymer clay until soft and pliable.

How to Create an Inverted Round Chainmaille Weave

Create a 1-1 chain that is 5 jumprings long. Pass a jumpring through the first and last rings of the chain, then close.Note: To provide more stability and a handle while weaving, pass a piece of scrap wire or a twist tie through the first, third and...

How to Create a European 6-in-1 Chainmaille Weave

Pass an open jumpring through six closed jumprings. Lay the rings down as shown.

How to Create a 4-in-1 Half Persian Chainmaille Weave

Pass a jumpring through four closed jumprings. Close the jumpring. Position the rings as shown.

Prometheus® Greenish Yellow Bronze Clay Instructions

Prometheus Light Yellow Bronze Clay Instructions

Prometheus Sunny Bronze Clay

Prometheus® Sterling White Bronze Clay

Using Small Swarovski crystals to Make Corners in Designs

String onto the needle four sets of: one crystal AB 2.5mm bicone and one scarabaeus green 4mm bicone. Pass the needle back through three of the sets of beads and the 4mm bicone from the fourth set, creating a ring, with the 2.5mm bicones in each...

How to Use the Beadalon Bracelet Knotter Tool

Place your Bangle Form or Cuff in the opening in the foam part of Katie's Knotter Tool.

How to Create a Wire Woven Pendant Using the Baby Jewel Loom

Working off of a spool of 26-gauge artistic wire, place the warping wire against the button on the back of the Baby Jewel Loom leaving a 3 in (7.6 cm) tail.

How to Assemble the Beading Loom

Threading a Shuttle

Make tatted jewelry with the help of a tatting shuttle. But, how do you thread the shuttle before use? See how quick and easy it is in this shuttle threading how-to.

How to Assemble and Use the Wrapit Loom™ Professional Series Duo Tying Station

Attach the base.

Embellishing Adjustable Charm Bracelets

Pass one 6mm jumpring through the loop on one 18mm tree of life drop and one section of wire, between the loops, on either end of the wire on the adjustable bangle bracelet then close.Tip: Add a lobster claw clasp to additional charms and drops and...

How to Dye Lacy's Stiff Stuff™

Wearing gloves, stir the following ingredients together with a popsicle stick in a small heat resistant/glass container:Approximately 1 teaspoon of iodized salt1/2 ounce liquid fabric dye16 ounces of very hot water

How to Glue Lacy's Stiff Stuff™

Add adhesive to one edge on two sections of Lacy's Stiff Stuff.

Prometheus® White Bronze Clay Instructions

Prometheus® Bronze Clay Instructions

Prometheus® Copper Clay Instructions

Glue Crystal Flat Backs with Transfer Sheets

First I will lay my tank top on a flat surface and place the transfer sheet where my design will go and, with a sharpie, trace a recognizable feature--on this it's the tank top's collar. After that I added dots to rough in the approximate spacing I...

Lisa Pavelka's Tips for Clay Striping

Stack two approximately 3” x 3” sheets of clay (in contrasting colors) that have been rolled through the 3rd largest setting of the polyclay machine. Working with larger sheets of clay will also produce larger loaves.

How to Load the Metal Clay Syringe Pen™

Remove syringe plunger and replace it with the pen plunger while keeping the rubber stopper in place.

How to Use Swellegant!™ to Make Anything Metallicious!

Brush Swellegant Metal Coating(s) onto any surface. Let dry (5 - 15 minutes). Apply additional coats until piece is coated with no streaks or thin areas--usually 2 or 3 coats. (Note: for non-porous surfaces like polymer or glass, for best results...

How to Make Shibori Dyed Ribbon

Delicate colorful folds beg to be touched. We wanted to share the elements to make this new soft jewelry medium which we have incorporated into our Comprehensive front cover design. The shibori method of tie dyeing dates back to the 8th century in...

How-To Secure Drops to an Earwire with Peg

Slide drop or component onto earwire peg.

ComposiMold's Reusable Mold Putty

Let the putty sit at room temp until cool to the touch. Stick in fridge to cool faster (See tips).

Prometheus Clay - Working Tips

Prometheus Bronze and Copper Clay Information Sheet

EnviroTex® Jewelry Resin

Important: EnviroTex Jewelry Resin performs best at temperatures between 70°F / 21°C and 80°F / 27°C. Both resin and hardener bottles should feel slightly warm to the touch, if they feel cool, they should be warmed by placing them in warm tap water...

Art Clay Gold 22k - Clay Type

Art Clay Silver - Paste Type

Art Clay® Gold Paste

Art Clay® Silver Clay

Art Clay Silver Syringe Type

Hole Punch Pliers

Maintenance and Safety Do's and Dont'sDo oil frequently at pivot points, die and punch holes in lower throated handle, and punches and dies to avoid excess wearDo not use worn or damaged punches and/or diesDo wear safety gogglesDo use factory...

Art Clay Silver 650/1200 - Paste Type

How to Use No Days Bail Bond™

Cut adhesive strip slightly smaller than bail. Place cabochon on top of adhesive.

Soldering Iron Owner's Manual

How to Use the Artistic Wire® CONETASTIC™ Inverted Mandrel

Insert the inverted mandrel into the base of the CONETASTIC Tool (sold separately) with flat side of the mandrel shank aligned with the set screw.

How to Use the Artistic Wire® CONETASTIC™ Hourglass Mandrel

Screw both sides of the hourglass mandrel together.

How to Assemble the Beading Station Organizer

Using Iced Enamels

Lightly sand the surface of your metal bezel or silhouette with sandpaper.Apply thin coat of Cold Enameling Medium to the surface.

How to Use the Kemper® Clay Square Hole Cutters

Push cutting end straight through uncured clay.

Beadalon® Katiedids™ Components

Insert head pin from center of finding. Wrap a single bead on top, creating a loop.

Warping a Mirrix Loom for Beadwork with the Shedding Device

Line up the wooden clips 2 to 3 inches from the bottom of the top beam.Note: If your loom has the plastic black clips, you will need to attach them to the back of the loom with the indentations for the warping bar facing the inside.)

Warping a Mirrix Loom for Beadwork Without the Shedding Device

Line up the wooden clips 2 to 3 inches from the bottom of the top beam.Note: If your loom has the plastic black clips, you will need to attach them to the back of the loom with the indentations for the warping bar facing the inside.

Warping a Mirrix Loom for Tapestry

Mirrix Tapestry and Bead Loom

How to Use the Vintaj® One-Step Looper Pliers

String beads onto a headpin or eyepin in the desired pattern.Insert the straight end of the beaded headpin under the peg and through the hole aligning the jaw with the top bead.

Beadalon® Built in Headpin Flat Memory Wire Findings

Slide the built in headpin finding onto the flat memory wire.

Beadalon® Flat Memory Wire Findings

Place the focal component face-down on a flat surface and place a small drop of epoxy on the back of the focal. Press the slider component onto the glue. Let it dry.

Beadalon Flat Memory Wire End Caps

Use memory wire shears to cut memory wire. In this example, cut single loop off the ring-size coil of memory wire so there is a gap of about 1/8 inch between the ends.

How to Use Beadalon® StoneSett™ Components

This versatile component can be used in many ways:

How to Use the Versa-Loom™

Warp Bars (6) 4 are replacements.Warp bar fits into the slot of an end section. The wide/flat side of warp bar faces inward.Ends(2)

Artistic Wire® 3D Bracelet Jig

Insert the narrow portion of the peg into one of the holes in the jig.

Stop Stitch

When adding beads in bead embroidery or other beaded designs, a "stop stitch" gives you lots of options. It is basically a bead held into place using needle and thread as well as a second bead.

Stitching an "X"

This stich was used to embellish a cabochon accented with a row of seed beads backstitched along the perimeter. The "X" is anchored to this row.

Picot Stitch

Pass the needle and thread up through the Lacy's Stiff Stuff™ beading medium. String on three seed beads.

Beaded Backstitch

A stitch that is used often in bead embroidery is the backstitch. This stitch is used to frame the components adhered to the beading medium.

Artistic Wire® Teardrop Connector Jig

Place the end of wire (20-24 gauge) 6'' (15cm) in length across findings form as shown, tail should only be a few millimeters off the form.

Artistic Wire® Round Connector Jig

Place the end of wire (20-24 gauge) 6'' (15cm) in length across findings form as shown, tail should only be a few millimeters off the form.

Artistic Wire® Hook and Eye Clasp Jig

Bend a 5'' (12.7cm) piece of wire (20-24 gauge) in half, push the fold with your fingers, make sure to leave space between the wires.

Artistic Wire® Tall Earwire Jig

Insert a piece of wire (20-24 gauge) 5'' (12.7cm) in length through the hole in the findings form and bend the end (this helps to hold the wire firmly as you bend the wire around the pegs).

Artistic Wire® Connector Diamond Jig

Place the end of wire (20-24 gauge) 6 inches (15cm) in length across findings form as shown, tail should only be a few mm off the form.

Artistic Wire® Connector 1:5 Jig

Place one end of wire (20-24 gauge) 6 inch (15cm) in length through the hole in the findings form and bend about 10mm.

Artistic Wire® Open Earwire Jig

Insert a piece of wire (20-24 gauge) 5 inches (12.7cm) in length through the hole in the findings form and bend the end (this helps to hold the wire firmly as you bend the wire around the pegs).

Artistic Wire® Round Earwire Jig

Always use safety glasses when working with wire and wire tools. Intended for adult use only.

Artistic Wire® Oval Earwire Jig

Insert a piece of wire (20-24 gauge) 5 inches (12.7cm) in length through the hole in the findings form and bend the end (this helps to hold the wire firmly as you bend the wire around the pegs).

Artistic Wire® Toggle Jig

Always use safety glasses when working with wire and wire tools. Intended for adult use only.

Ball Chain Connectors

Pass the first ball on one end of the length of chain through one loop on the ball chain connector.

How to Use Artistic Wire® Kumihimo Weights

Hook the weight's loop onto your wire or thread as you start your project, and it will give just enough pull to keep your design consistent. (Use both weights together if more pressure is needed.)

How to Use the Artistic Wire® Professional Deluxe Coiling Gizmo®

Insert wire.

How to Use the Artistic Wire® CONETASTIC™ Mandrel

Remove the mandrels and the allen wrench from the handle by unscrewing the base. Select size of mandrel to be used. Replace mandrels into base and close with screw cap.Note: The base has parallel flat portions for mounting the tool onto a vise.
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