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Easy Threader Tool Instructions

The Easy Threader stores needles approximately 1-1/2 inches long. Place index finger below Hole #2 and press yellow side bar. Insert needle into Hole #3 and release yellow side bar. To avoid fraying, the Easy Threader is recommended for use with...

Linking Oh! Ring™ Silicone Components with the Latch Hook Tool

Fold the first 12mm Oh! Ring silicone component in half and pass it through the center of a closed 8mm jumpring.

Cutting Glass with Glass Cutting Tools

There are two styles of glass cutters--dry and oil-filled. Each is made with a steel wheel that scores the glass. For either tool, you can use a metal-edged ruler to help guide the cutting wheel along the glass for straight cuts, mark the glass with...

Using Snaps and the Snap Setter Tool

Use hole-punch pliers to punch appropriate size hole in leather at desired location.

How to Use the Beadalon Bracelet Knotter Tool

Place your Bangle Form or Cuff in the opening in the foam part of Katie's Knotter Tool.

Knitting with the French Knitter Tool

Make a counter-clockwise wrap around the first peg.

How to Use the Crystal Applicator™ Tool and Rose Pin Die Sets

Select the upper and lower die combination needed for project. Options are rose pins in the following sizes: ss16, ss20 and ss34. Please note: ss16 and ss20 rose pins both use the same bottom die, but different upper dies.

Step-by-Step Approach to Making Jewelry Using a WigJig Jewelry Tool

How to use the Sizzix® Big Shot™ Embossing and Cutting Tool

Place an embossing folder onto the embossing pad of the Sizzix Big Shot. Place a patina drop, metal disc, glueFOIL™ or paper into the embossing folder, positioning it on the section of the pattern you would like to be part of your design. Close the...

Hot-Fix Applicators, How-To

Holding the applicator vertically, continue to hold the red button down and lightly touch the top of the crystal. You do not need to use any pressure--just a gentle touch for about three seconds. The heat will radiate through the crystal and...

Artistic Wire® Oval Earwire Jig

Insert a piece of wire (20-24 gauge) 5 inches (12.7cm) in length through the hole in the findings form and bend the end (this helps to hold the wire firmly as you bend the wire around the pegs).

Using Rubber Stamp Mats

Roll out clay. Place mat on top, pattern side facing clay. Press evenly into clay with roller.Note: Lightly oil mat, if your product requires it.

Making a Feather Cane

Choose the colors of scrap clay that you like together. For making the feather cane used in the Jungle Crown, use browns and gold. Using the clay blade, chop the clay into little pieces and arrange them in the color pattern you would like for your...

Making a Tiger Lily Cane

To make the cane, fold the gradient clay back and forth onto itself. It does not matter which color you begin with. After the second fold, add two pieces of the worm clay across the 4-inch width of the gradient. After the fourth fold, add one piece...

Using Iced Enamels

Lightly sand the surface of your metal bezel or silhouette with sandpaper.Apply thin coat of Cold Enameling Medium to the surface.

Artistic Wire® Open Earwire Jig

Insert a piece of wire (20-24 gauge) 5 inches (12.7cm) in length through the hole in the findings form and bend the end (this helps to hold the wire firmly as you bend the wire around the pegs).

How to Use No Days Bail Bond™

Cut adhesive strip slightly smaller than bail. Place cabochon on top of adhesive.

Cutting Glass with Glass Nippers

This glass cutter is often referred to as a mosaic glass and tile cutter. The glass nipper has two precision cutting wheels that come together when pressure is applied to the handles, breaking the glass into small pieces. These cutters are also used...

How to Carve Tagua Nuts

Secure tagua nut bead in C-clamp. With non-dominant hand, hold clamp in place on flat work surface.

Making a Butterfly Cane

The cane shown in these instructions is the Monarch butterfly. However, you can get very creative with colors and patterns, making fantasy butterflies of all colors and shapes. The instructions will show how to make one wing of the butterfly;...
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