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Aluminum Jumprings

Tammy Honaman, expert jewelry maker, explains the benefits of aluminum jumprings and the wide range of sizes and colors available at Fire Mountain Gems and Beads in this jewelry-making product show-and-tell.

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.

Stainless Steel Jumprings

Learn all about the gauges, sizes and benefits of stainless steel jumprings available at Fire Mountain Gems and Beads in this jewelry-making product show-and-tell led by expert jewelry maker Tammy Honaman.

Using Spacer Bars in Multi-Strand Designs

Assess the length your design will be. Subtract the length the spacer bars and the clasp will add to your design and then figure out how big each section of beads will be in between the spacer bars and the clasp.

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...

Karat Gold Jumprings

Add precious metal appeal to jewelry designs and chainmaille by learning all about karat gold jumprings available at Fire Mountain Gems and Beads in this product feature led by jewelry-making expert Tammy Honaman.

Setting a Cabochon with a Bezel Roller and Burnisher

These tools and techniques will produce a uniform, secure mount for your stone.

Sizing Rings on a Ring Mandrel

If you need to size a ring up within a 0.25 (1/4) to 0.50 (1/2) ring size, and there are no settings with stones in your ring band, then the ring mandrel and a hammer are the tools you need.

How To Set Up and Polish with the Polisher Bench Lathe

Applying Magic-Glos® Top Coat

Copper Jumprings

Jewelry-making expert Tammy Honaman explains copper jumprings, including the available shapes, wire gauge sizes and how Fire Mountain Gems measures jumprings by outside diameter.

Plated Jumprings

Take it from expert jewelry maker Tammy Honaman, jumprings are a handy little jewelry finding for connecting components. Learn about the plated metal jumpring options available at Fire Mountain Gems and Beads.

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...

Riveting With a Tube or Crimp Tube

Riveting is a cold-joining process, bringing two pieces of something, in this case metal, together. This type of rivet is like a grommet where the flared ends hold the layers together and the tube forms a hole that passes through all the layers....

Secrets to Bead Tips with Thread

See how to use bead tips to protect beading thread and create a professional finish in strung jewelry designs as Tammy Honaman demonstrates connecting thread to a clasp with the help of a bead tip.

Secrets to French Wire

Pass needle and thread through a bead.

Gold-Filled Jumprings

Learn all about gold-filled jumprings, including what gold-filled is, and the large selection of these favorite jewelry-making findings available at Fire Mountain Gems and Beads.

Oval Jumprings

In this jewelry-making product show-and-tell, expert jewelry maker Tammy Honaman explains how oval jumprings are made and the various metal materials, sizes and gauges oval jumprings are available in at Fire Mountain Gems and Beads.

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...

Art Clay® Fundamentals Video

Learn tips from jewelry-making expert Tammy Honaman for working with Art Clay®, including the tools you’ll want to use for creating, finishing and firing this jewelry metal clay.
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