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Beginner’s Guide to Making Jewelry<br />By: Kayla Sorey<br />
Tools Every Beader Should Have<br />Round Nose Pliers<br />Chain Nose Pliers<br />Crimper Tool<br />Nipper Tool<br />Flat ...
Stringing Materials<br />Beadalon 19 Strand Wire<br />Beadalon 49 Strand Wire<br />Beadalon Memory Wire<br />
Different Strands sizes determine the strength of the wire<br />
Pretty Beads!<br />Swarovski Crystal Beads<br />Chinese Crystal<br />
Pretty Beads cont...<br />Czech Glass<br />Bali Beads<br />
....and more beads…<br />Freshwater Pearls<br />Murano Glass<br />
Clasps<br />Lobster Claws<br />Toggle Clasps<br />
Bead Findings<br />Crimp Beads<br />Wire Guardians<br />
Bead Sizes<br />The sizes of beads are measured in millimeters by diameter.<br />There are 4 mm, 6 mm, 8 mm, 10 mm.<br />T...
Basic Bracelet<br />Cut a piece of beading wire about 10 inches.<br />On one end attach the clasp of your choice.<br />
Basic Bracelet<br /> Then string through the wire guardian and through the crimp bead.<br />
Basic Bracelet<br />Use your crimping tool to close the crimp bead.<br />
Basic Bracelet<br />String desired beads in any pattern you want, to you desired length.<br />
Basic Bracelet<br />After you are finished stringing the beads, string the wire guardian, toggle, and crimp bead.<br />
Basic Bracelet<br />Close the crimp bead with you crimper tool. Cut off any excess wire.<br />
Work Cited<br />www.auntiesbeads.com<br />www.artbeads.com<br />www.fusionbeads.com<br />
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Beginner’S Guide To Making Jewelry

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This is the absolute basics of beading. Good materials you should have, and the most basic bracelet you can make.

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  1. 1. Beginner’s Guide to Making Jewelry<br />By: Kayla Sorey<br />
  2. 2. Tools Every Beader Should Have<br />Round Nose Pliers<br />Chain Nose Pliers<br />Crimper Tool<br />Nipper Tool<br />Flat Nose Pliers<br />
  3. 3. Stringing Materials<br />Beadalon 19 Strand Wire<br />Beadalon 49 Strand Wire<br />Beadalon Memory Wire<br />
  4. 4. Different Strands sizes determine the strength of the wire<br />
  5. 5. Pretty Beads!<br />Swarovski Crystal Beads<br />Chinese Crystal<br />
  6. 6. Pretty Beads cont...<br />Czech Glass<br />Bali Beads<br />
  7. 7. ....and more beads…<br />Freshwater Pearls<br />Murano Glass<br />
  8. 8. Clasps<br />Lobster Claws<br />Toggle Clasps<br />
  9. 9. Bead Findings<br />Crimp Beads<br />Wire Guardians<br />
  10. 10. Bead Sizes<br />The sizes of beads are measured in millimeters by diameter.<br />There are 4 mm, 6 mm, 8 mm, 10 mm.<br />These are the most common sizes used, types of beads might vary in sizes.<br />
  11. 11. Basic Bracelet<br />Cut a piece of beading wire about 10 inches.<br />On one end attach the clasp of your choice.<br />
  12. 12. Basic Bracelet<br /> Then string through the wire guardian and through the crimp bead.<br />
  13. 13. Basic Bracelet<br />Use your crimping tool to close the crimp bead.<br />
  14. 14. Basic Bracelet<br />String desired beads in any pattern you want, to you desired length.<br />
  15. 15. Basic Bracelet<br />After you are finished stringing the beads, string the wire guardian, toggle, and crimp bead.<br />
  16. 16. Basic Bracelet<br />Close the crimp bead with you crimper tool. Cut off any excess wire.<br />
  17. 17. Work Cited<br />www.auntiesbeads.com<br />www.artbeads.com<br />www.fusionbeads.com<br />
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