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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. See why Purely Silk™ is considered one of the best...

Designing with Invisible Cording

Add 6 crystal bicones to the cord.

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.

Secrets to Using Bead Caps

Top off a bead using a bead cap. Finish it with a simple loop that attaches easily and securely to a link on a chain or pair of earrings for a simple and stylish dangle.

Secrets to French Wire

Pass needle and thread through a bead.

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.

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...

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...

Secrets to Professional Crimping

Learn a handy secret or two (or three) from expert jewelry maker, Tammy Honaman, on how to crimp as effectively as possible when professionally finishing jewelry designs.

Secrets to Crimp Covers - Hiding Crimp Beads

Follow along with jewelry-making expert and instructor Tammy Honaman as she explains how to use crimp covers when you want to hide crimp beads for a professional finish in strung jewelry designs.
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