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Beginner’S Guide To Making Jewelry
Beginner’S Guide To Making Jewelry
Beginner’S Guide To Making Jewelry
Beginner’S Guide To Making Jewelry
Beginner’S Guide To Making Jewelry
Beginner’S Guide To Making Jewelry
Beginner’S Guide To Making Jewelry
Beginner’S Guide To Making Jewelry
Beginner’S Guide To Making Jewelry
Beginner’S Guide To Making Jewelry
Beginner’S Guide To Making Jewelry
Beginner’S Guide To Making Jewelry
Beginner’S Guide To Making Jewelry
Beginner’S Guide To Making Jewelry
Beginner’S Guide To Making Jewelry
Beginner’S Guide To Making Jewelry
Beginner’S Guide To Making Jewelry
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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.

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. Beginner’s Guide to Making Jewelry<br />By: Kayla Sorey<br />
  • 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. Stringing Materials<br />Beadalon 19 Strand Wire<br />Beadalon 49 Strand Wire<br />Beadalon Memory Wire<br />
  • 4. Different Strands sizes determine the strength of the wire<br />
  • 5. Pretty Beads!<br />Swarovski Crystal Beads<br />Chinese Crystal<br />
  • 6. Pretty Beads cont...<br />Czech Glass<br />Bali Beads<br />
  • 7. ....and more beads…<br />Freshwater Pearls<br />Murano Glass<br />
  • 8. Clasps<br />Lobster Claws<br />Toggle Clasps<br />
  • 9. Bead Findings<br />Crimp Beads<br />Wire Guardians<br />
  • 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. Basic Bracelet<br />Cut a piece of beading wire about 10 inches.<br />On one end attach the clasp of your choice.<br />
  • 12. Basic Bracelet<br /> Then string through the wire guardian and through the crimp bead.<br />
  • 13. Basic Bracelet<br />Use your crimping tool to close the crimp bead.<br />
  • 14. Basic Bracelet<br />String desired beads in any pattern you want, to you desired length.<br />
  • 15. Basic Bracelet<br />After you are finished stringing the beads, string the wire guardian, toggle, and crimp bead.<br />
  • 16. Basic Bracelet<br />Close the crimp bead with you crimper tool. Cut off any excess wire.<br />
  • 17. Work Cited<br />www.auntiesbeads.com<br />www.artbeads.com<br />www.fusionbeads.com<br />

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