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How to Use the Beadalon® Tying Station

Unscrew the wing nut at the upper part of the tying station. Make a loop with your wire/cord and tie or crimp it.

Maxi Shear Flush-Cutter by EUROTOOL®

You’ll love the Xuron® Maxi-Shear™ flush cutter jewelry pliers for more than just its clean cut on beading wire, and Alice Gershowitz--in-house jewelry designer--explains why in this jewelry-making product show-and-tell.

Weighing with Digital Scales

Digital scales are great to use when your pattern calls for a specific measurement in weight.

Xuron® Flush-Cutters

Jude Wroblewski, jewelry designer, explains the benefits of American-made Xuron® deluxe flush-cutters, including their smooth, precise cuts on jewelry wire even in tight spaces.

How to Use Magnifiers

Why You Need a Bead Reamer

Not all bead holes are created equal, which is why a bead reamer is a necessary jewelry-making tool. Just see how convenient (and easy) a reamer is to use for enlarging bead holes.

Using EUROTOOL® Four-in-One Beader's Delight Pliers

What can you do with the stainless steel Four-in-One Beader’s Design pliers by EUROTOOL®? Almost everything you can with a whole set of jewelry pliers. Jewelry designer Esther Pollock shows how to use these multi-purpose pliers that feature a long...

Setting a Cabochon with a Bezel Roller and Burnisher

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

Tronex® Pliers

By customer request, Fire Mountain Gems and Beads carries Tronex® jewelry-making pliers. Learn all about the available pliers and why you’ll love these ergonomic jewelry tools in this product spotlight.

Tube Cutting Jig

Jewelry designer Rose shows how to set the sliding gauge on this wire cutting jig to the length you want so you can cut jewelry wire, tubes and more to the exact same length every time.

How to Use the Wubbers® Triangular Mandrel Pliers

Patti Bullard, PhD--inventor of Wubbers® Pliers--shows how to use the triangular mandrel pliers to form consistent 3-sided jewelry components with wire, bezel strips or sheet metal.

How to Solder a Jumpring with Solder Paste

Soldering jump rings closed helps create a secure connection in jewelry. Follow along with Chris as he walks you through the tools and steps needed for this handy skill.

Clay Carving Tools

The right clay tools make creating with polymer clay easier and more fun. Christi Friesen, polymer clay artist extraordinaire, explains why she loves this set of five, double-ended clay carving tools in a fun jewelry-making product feature.

How to Use Wire Rounders

Tired of sharp wire ends causing problems in your jewelry designs? Watch as jewelry maker Rose demonstrates the magic of wire rounders.

How to Use the Bead Buddy® Cabochon Mandrel

Follow along with Rose to see the easy way to wrap an oval cabochon using the amazing Bead Buddy® cabochon mandrel.

Product Spotlight: Must-Have Jewelry-Making Pliers

The right tools are a must for jewelry makers. Rose is here to teach you about the most popular pliers used in jewelry-making and how to use them correctly for more secure crimps, tighter and neater loops and perfect coils.

How to Prepare a Felt Wheel for First-Time Use

See how to mount and prepare the Ninja felt wheel on the Ninja back pad for use on the Jooltool™ to buff, polish and apply compounds (such as jeweler's rouge) to stone or glass for jewelry making.

Making a Silk Thread Needle

Create a silk thread needle when hand knotting pearls and other beads. This type of needle allows you to work without a metal needle as well as offers an easier start and finish when working with the hand knotting technique.

How to Use Sanding Sticks and Rolls

Jewelry designer Jude Wroblewski shows you how to use sanding sticks and sanding rolls that come in multiple grits to help you refine non-ferrous metals, wood and polymer clay jewelry creations.

Using Loop-Closing Pliers

Loop-closing pliers are designed to close open rings, like jumprings. The notch in each half of the jaw holds the ring stable during the process.
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