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Using Crimp Tubes with Accu-Flex® Beading Wire

String your design onto Accu-Flex Professional Quality Beading Wire and secure it to your clasp or other finding using a crimp tube. For this type of crimp, all you need is a pair of chain-nose pliers to secure it, and the tube is finished nicely...

Secrets to Crimp Covers - Hiding Knots

Crimp covers aren’t just for concealing crimps. See also how these handy jewelry findings can hide knots on jewelry thread and cord as expert jewelry maker Tammy Honaman walks you through the steps.

Using Crimp Tubes with Cording

String your design onto the cording of your choice then secure it to your clasp using a suitably sized crimp tube. For this type of crimp, all you need is a pair of chain-nose pliers to secure it, and the tube is finished nicely with two ends that...

Using Crimp Covers

Crimp covers provide a professional and stylish way to finish your jewelry.

Bead Tips, How-To

Bead tips are designed to conceal and protect knots and create a secure connection to jumprings and clasps. Bead tips terminate jewelry designs with a clean and professional finish. When finished, bead tips look like small, metal beads at each end...

How To Crimp a Crimp Bead/Crimp Tube

Looking at the closed jaws of the tool you will note the two crimp forming areas: the initial crimping station (E) and the final rounding station (F).

Quickly Stringing Along!

Not sure how to use polymer clay sculptures you’ve made in jewelry? Polymer clay guru Christi Friesen shows how easy it is to create a quick and beautiful necklace design with Premo! Sculpey® leaves, pearls and a necklace component.

Using a Jumpring Tool

This handy tool will make opening a jumpring a snap!

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.

Dione® Add A Bead System

Anyone can be a jewelry designer with the Dione® large-hole beads. See how easy it is so create nearly instant, interchangeable jewelry with the Add A Bead system available in metal, gemstone, glass, crystal and other materials.

How to Use Bead and Pearl Reamers

Have you ever bought a beautiful strand of beads only to find out, upon attempting to string them, that the holes just don't match up or are too small? Bead and pearl reamers are must-have tools for any beader, as they will fix those beads with a...

Crimp Ends with Cording

String your design onto cording of your choice then secure them in place with crimp ends using a pair of chain-nose pliers. You can choose ends with loops then add your own favorite clasp or choose ends where one has a loop and one has a hook for a...

Using French Wire with Accu-Flex® Professional Quality Beading Wire

Using Split Ring Pliers

Split ring pliers make it a snap to use the sometimes challenging split rings. Here are instructions for using split ring pliers:

Using Crimp Ends with Accu-Flex® Beading Wire

String your design onto the very strong Accu-Flex Professional Quality Beading Wire and secure it using crimp ends. For this type of crimp, all you need is a pair of chain-nose pliers to secure it and the tube is finished nicely with two ends that...

Using an Ice-Pick Bail

Using Accu-Guard™ Wire Protectors

Accu-Guard wire protectors are designed to protect wire from undue wear from clasps and other sharp-edged components. Similar to French wire, only stiff and pre-curved into a horseshoe shape. Available in sterling silver, gold-filled, copper, and...

Finishing Elastic and Powercord®

Select the size and color elastic cording that is best suited for the design.

Using an Intermittent Stringing Technique

Use an intermittent stringing technique when you want the base of a jewelry design (the wire, cord or string on which you are placing beads) to show as a design element of the piece. For example, you may want to use an intermittent stringing...

Using Twisted Beading Needles

The major advantage of a twisted beading needle is the large collapsible eye that makes it extremely easy to thread. Twisted beading needles come in light, light-medium, medium-heavy and heavy duty. Use light needles for smaller (2-3mm) beads and...
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