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How to Create Tassels Using the Beadalon® Tassel Maker

Tassels are all the rage in jewelry and accessories. Learn how to create your own custom tassels with the Beadalon® tassel maker and threading of your choice.

Using Ball Chain Connectors

Place the tip of the ball chain into the connector.

Rotary Hole Punch Tool

Hand-held steel rotary punch for leather work. The rotary tool boasts six punches of the most commonly used hole sizes (2mm, 2.5mm, 3mm, 3.5mm, 4mm and 5mm) that lock in place when selected. Tool will punch 8 - 9 ounce belt weight cowhide (4mm...

How to Use a Ring Stretcher

This tool stretches the metal shank of stone-set rings or wedding bands, enlarging the ring size when other stretchers cannot be used. Sold with a wooden storage box and includes 17 polished roller dies (8 half-round dies, 8 V dies and 1 plain die)...

Apoxie® Sculpt Gifted Greeting Photo Frame

Create a photo frame gift and greeting card all in one with mixed media artist Lisa Pavelka in this step-by-step tutorial using Apoxie® Sculpt clay, craft foils, texture stamps and embossing cutters all available at Fire Mountain Gems and Beads.

How to Create a Molded Shape from Polymer Clay

For this polymer clay tip and jewelry-making tutorial, in-house jewelry designer Rose Wingenbach explains how to bake molded clay shapes so your design stays the shape you want, rather than flattening out in the oven.

How to Create Diamonds with Double Half Hitch Knots

Follow along with our own in-house jewelry designer Jude to learn how to create diamonds with macramé double half-hitch knots.

How to Use Cupchain Connectors

Apply a small dab of Loctite® 454 Gel adhesive to interior bottom of connector.

Fire Mountain Fix: Getting Magic-Glos® to the Edges

Mixed media artist extraordinaire Lisa Pavelka is here with a Fire Mountain Fix to answer the jewelry resin question: how can I get Magic-Glos UV resin to the edges of my jewelry project and create a domed effect?

How to Start a 3-in-3 Chain with a Twist

See how to begin a chainmaille weave called 3 in 3 chain with a twist via this unique visual demonstration by renowned chain mail artist and teacher Sue Ripsch.

How to Use a Wire-Rounder Tool/Pin Vise

Assemble pin vise with a size appropriate collet and a cup bur attachment.

How to Use a Pin Vise

Select desired 2-sided collet and set aside. Insert other collet into handle.

Stretch Celtic Bracelet

Sue Ripsch, chainmaille artist and instructor, demonstrates how to make a stretchable Celtic bracelet project made from both regular and rubber jumprings in a fun chainmaille weave.

Fire Mountain Fix: Applying Foils to Rounded Polymer Clay

Award-winning artist Lisa Pavelka is here with a Fire Mountain Fix that explains--step by step--how to apply craft foils to rounded polymer clay shapes for use as decorative borders in jewelry projects and more.

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.

How to Use The Magic Finding™ and Pliers

Thread beading wire(s) through The Magic Finding and back out a different opening.Note: Will accommodate multiple strands.

How to Use a Jumpring Maker

Put 1 inch of wire through hole on tool. Bend short end of wire flat against bottom of tool.

Creating an Eyepin from a Length of Wire

How to Use the Adaptable Eyelet and Rivet Tool Set

Turn bottom jaw thumbscrew counter clockwise to loosen.Insert desired interchangeable setting into bottom jaw (spring loaded side).Turn thumbscrew clockwise to tighten.

How to Adjust the Angle of the Proxxon™ Table Vise

This animated video shows how to adjust the angle of the Proxxon™ table vise so you can get the exact angle and position you need when clamping jewelry supplies.
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