How Do You Finish A String Of Beads?
Matching jewelry and hoping to find the perfect accessory can sometimes be frustrating and time consuming. Anyone can create a professional-looking beaded bracelet or necklace for a special outfit or occasion, and beading allows you to design and select the beads for a one-of-a-kind creation. Beading projects for ornaments is another way to enjoy this craft. Purchase a clasp to finish the string of beads. Clasps come in a variety of styles, including hook and eye, box, lobster and magnetic clasps. You can purchase clasps at craft or discount stores. Use a thin needle and slip the string through the needle’s eye. Add a crimp bead at the end of the row of beads. Insert the needle and thread into the crimp bead and pass through the bead; the crimp bead is now the end bead. Pass the string through the end of the clasp two times, then through the crimp bead. Pull snugly to secure. Pinch the crimp bead using needle nose pliers. Five inches of string will allow you to control and maneuver the