Creative Beading Magazine

Bead Knotting Knot Me!


Knotting tool or tapestry needle

Jewellers cement or superglue

Bead reamer

Silk or nylon cord French wire



Sewing pin

Closed jump ring

Open jump ring

KNOTTING HAS TRADITIONALLY BEEN associated with pearls and gemstones and as an indicator of quality, but this technique can also be applied to more informal beads to create some strong design features and

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