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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)...

Using Ball Chain Connectors

Place the tip of the ball chain into the connector.

How to Use Cupchain Connectors

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

Why I Love Tool Magic® with Kat Wisniewski

Collaging with Foil and Resin

Create a fun collage pendant with craft foils on polymer clay and jewelry resin (Magic-Glos® UV resin) as you follow along with step-by-step instructions by prominent mixed media artist Lisa Pavelka in this jewelry-making tutorial.

Bead Soup Mosaic

Mixed media artist extraordinaire Lisa Pavelka shows you how easy and fun it is to create a mosaic by placing beads in Apoxie® Sculpt, the jewelry clay that is also an adhesive.

How to Start a Double Spiral Rope in Chainmaille

Chainmaille artist and author Sue Ripsch walks you through the steps on how to start a double spiral rope weave with jumprings for creating chain mail jewelry.

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.

Using EUROTOOL® Coil Cutting Pliers

Place coiled wire in the open coil-cutting tool.

How to Start a Byzantine Chainmaille Weave

Sue Ripsch, chain mail artist and teacher, demonstrates how to start a Byzantine weave with jumprings to create beautiful chainmaille jewelry.

Jelly Roll Jewelry

Renowned mixed media artist Lisa Pavelka walks you through the steps on how to design with a millefiori jelly roll cane made from polymer clay in this jewelry-making video tutorial.

How to Use Fancy Bezel Settings with Cabochons

Place calibrated cabochon into bezel setting.

How to Start a Celtic Line in Chainmaille

Sue Ripsch, expert chainmaille artist, walks you through the steps on how to make a Celtic line chain. A zoomed-in 3D tutorial in the corner helps show you exactly where each jumpring goes to create this chainmaille weave.

How to Start a Turkish Roundmaille in Chainmaille

Expert chainmaille artist Sue Ripsch explains how to start a Turkish roundmaille weave with jumprings to create intricate chain mail jewelry. Handy 3D zoom feature makes sure you can see exactly where each jumpring goes.

How To Use Coiling Gizmo® Deluxe Econo Winder

Secure tool bracket frame to table edge and insert crank bar of desired size into bracket frame.

EUROTOOL® Beader's Delight Pliers

In-house jewelry designer Esther Pollock demonstrates how versatile the EUROTOOL® Beader's Delight Pliers are for bending, shaping, smoothing and cutting jewelry wire all with one handy jewelry-making tool.

How to Use a Wire-Rounder Tool/Pin Vise

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

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.

How to Make Gemstones ''Pop'' in Polymer Clay

If a rhinestone doesn’t have a foil back, then the stone can lose shine when set in polymer clay. Christi Friesen, award-winning jewelry artist, shows a trick for ensuring rhinestones stay sparkly no matter what they’re set in.
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