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How To Use a Thread Burner

Thread burners makes a clean burn and seals the ends of thread. It works great when cutting thread off of the spool, and the fine tip allows you to get in close when trimming the thread ends near the knots in your project, making for a clean,...

How to Weave Beads on a Mirrix Loom

See how to weave beads on a Mirrix loom with and without the shedding device in this detailed tutorial courtesy of the manufacturer.

How to use the Speedy Stringer™

String beads quickly and efficiently using the Speedy Stringer. Pour beads into the bowl, then spin them onto wire or thread. They will be strung quickly, leaving you with more time for crocheting, knitting, loom weaving and other designing!...

How to Create an Even and Odd Count Peyote Stitch

How To Use a Wide Eye Needle™

Wide Eye Needles™ come in lengths ranging from 1-1/2 inches to 5 inches long, and are very thin allowing them to pass several times through most beads. The shorter needles work well on weaving projects where the longer needles work well for picking...

Beadalon® Jewel Loom™ Beading Loom Tips

Explore five different beading loom tips specific to the Beadalon® Jewel Loom™, including how to secure the ends of your design, how to add a ribbon clasp and other looming techniques.

Using Twisted Beading Needles

The major advantage of a twisted beading needle is the large collapsible eye that makes it extremely easy to thread. Twisted beading needles come in light, light-medium, medium-heavy and heavy duty. Use light needles for smaller (2-3mm) beads and...
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