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How To Use Ribbon Clamps, End Caps and Spring Cord Ends Video

How to use ribbon clamps, end caps and spring cord ends video project is here. Just come here and we will show you to see together.

How to Make an Odd Count Peyote Stitch Video

If you know how to do an Even-Count Peyote stitch, then it's about time to learn the Odd Count Peyote stitch. Extremely easy to master this intermediate stitch, this video will take you step by step in creating this versatile stitch.

Using Smart Beads with Pandora Bracelet Chain

NoteA smart bead is a large hole bead with a layer of silicone inside the hole. The silicone keeps the bead from moving along chain once it is strung. NoteWithout smart beads, the large hole beads will slide around on the chain (A).Use smart beads as stoppers to keep your large hole beads in place on Interchangeable Large Hole Bead Chain (B). Step 1Completely remove the end cap without the c

Usage of Pandora Bracelet Chain

Step 1Unscrew the end cap without the clasp attachment by rotating it counter clockwise. Step 2Completely remove the end cap and set it aside until later steps. Step 3String your large hole beads onto the chain. Step 4Screw the end cap back onto the chain by rotating it clockwise. Step 5Congratulations! You have successf

Cutting Chain Efficiently

Step 1Decide the length of your original section of chain by either measuring or counting the links of your chain. This piece of chain is 11 links long. Step 2String your cut section of chain onto a head pin or piece of wire. Step 3String your remaining chain onto the head pin or piece of wire. Step 4Line up the links and cut the chain to the same length as

Attaching an Ear Wire

Step 1Grasp one side of the loop of the ear wire with your chain nose pliers. Step 2Open the ear wire by moving one side towards you. Step 3Attach a pendant, charm, simple loop or wire wrapped loop to the ear wire. Step 4To close the loop, grasp the open side of the ear wire loop with your chain nose pliers. Step 5Move t

Using Split Ring Pliers

Step 1Grasp the pliers so the bent nose is at the top. Step 2Align the tip of the bent nose of the split ring pliers with the seam in the side of the split ring. Step 3Push the pliers down so the tip of the bent nose of the pliers slips between the rings. Step 4Slip the clasp into the opening between the rings created by the tip of the bent nose of the plie

Add a Charm to a Chain

Step 1Grasp the jump ring on either side of the opening with two pairs of chain nose pliers. Step 2Open the jump ring by moving one side towards you and the other side away from you. Step 3Hook a link of your chain into the open jump ring. Step 4Add your charm to the open jump ring. Step 5To close your jump ring, grasp t

Opening and Closing a Jump Ring

Step 1Begin with an open (unsoldered) jump ring. Step 2Grasp the jump ring on either side of the opening with two pairs of chain nose pliers. Or if you don't have two pairs of pliers, you can use one pair of pliers and your fingers. Step 3Close the jump ring by moving the sides together in a back and forth wiggle motion. Step 4Gently move the right side up
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