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Purely Silk™ Thread

See why Purely Silk™ is considered one of the best jewelry threads for stringing gemstones and pearls in this product show-and-tell that explains all the benefits of durable 100% silk thread.

Celestial Crystal®

Rose Wingenbach, in-house jewelry designer, introduces you to the Celestial Crystal® glass bead line at Fire Mountain Gems and Beads in this jewelry-making product showcase. Take a look at the array of colors, sizes and shapes of these machine-cut...

How to Use the Beadalon® Tying Station

Unscrew the wing nut at the upper part of the tying station. Make a loop with your wire/cord and tie or crimp it.

What Are Promo Beads?

UNIVERSAL™ Magical Crimper Pliers

Jewelry designer Rose can't help but be excited when telling you about a pair of magical crimping pliers that turns a crimp tube into a round crimp bead. Don't blink, you might miss it!

10 Common Gemstones For Jewelry Makers

Learn about the 10 most common gemstones used by jewelry makers. Join Joel and Dev as they discuss gemstones, their origins and other nifty facts.

How To Crimp a Crimp Bead/Crimp Tube

Crimp beads are a vital finding in many jewelry designs. Learn how to properly use them with crimping pliers in this instructional guide and video.

Origins of Friendship Bracelets

The origins of friendship bracelets are actually very mysterious! What do ancient China and Mediterranean sailors have in common with their origins? You'll just have to watch to find out.

How To Use Cord Coils

Cord coil ends are an easy and quick way to securely close a cord necklace.

Why You Need a Bead Reamer

Not all bead holes are created equal, which is why a bead reamer is a necessary jewelry-making tool. Just see how convenient (and easy) a reamer is to use for enlarging bead holes.

Crimping with Screw-Tite Crimps™

Screw-Tite Crimps are a secure way to connect your beading wire to a finding, such as a clasp. What makes this style crimp different from other crimps is that it is secured in place with a set screw. And not only is this crimp secure it can also be...

Using Twisted Beading Needles

Twisted beading needles offer some major advantages when creating strung jewelry designs. Here are the points you need to know when using these unique and handy beading needles.

Threaded Plastic Clasps

Twist cap off of clasp.

Secrets to French Wire

Pass needle and thread through a bead.

How to Remove the Waxed Coating from Lava Beads

Lava beads are often waxed, but if you want to make aromatherapy jewelry, you'll want to remove that wax so the essential oils can be absorbed. Chris, from our photography team, walks you through the easy steps to remove wax from lava beads.

How to Use Half Bracelet Findings

Fold 8-inch section of 2mm leather cord in half and tie an overhand knot at the folded end to create a button loop.

Powercord® Bead Cord

You’ll love Powercord®, especially after learning about the benefits of this latex-free elastic cording for jewelry-making in a product show-and-tell that shows a variety of colors and widths available at Fire Mountain Gems and Beads.

Secrets to Crimping with Crimp Tubes

Finish beading wire securely and professionally with crimp tubes. Expert jewelry maker and instructor Tammy Honaman shows how to use crimp tubes for adding clasps directly to the end of your strung jewelry design.

Hand Knotting Pearls

Hand-knotting with thread places evenly sized knots in between each pearl or bead in your design. The technique outlined is done by forming the knot with your hands then finishing it neatly using a pair of finely pointed tweezers. It assumes a silk...

How to use the Speedy Stringer™

Want to save time and energy on complex beading projects? This video shows you how simple and efficient stringing beads can be with the Speedy Stringer.
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