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Beginner Beading - Lesson 7 - Weaving a Bead Bracelet

If you are bead weaving a very simple pattern you may want to consider using nylon coated wire instead of monofilament string. While monofilament string is pretty strong, it can't compare to the strength of wire. So you can get extra sturdiness for your jewelry piece by using nylon coated wire. This is especially important if you are using large heavy beads, or a lot of beads that taken all together become heavy. In this class you will learn how to weave a bracelet with nylon coated wire. . . . (to read the remainder of this article, please log in below.)
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