By Hands-On Crafts for Kids
Beading's not just scorching with adults—children like it too. In reference to the PBS palms on Crafts for children tv express comes a suite of straightforward and tasty beading tasks for children 10 and up. younger beaders can make a choice from 60 sensible and ornamental goods, together with lovely jewellery (bracelets, chokers), attention-grabbing room décor (pillows, a lampshade), and private add-ons (flip-flops, a cosmopolitan having a look jewellery box). Easy-to-follow diagrams clarify the way to string the beads, connect clasps, and tie knots. children will take pleasure in hours of inventive pleasure—and they'll suppose proud to teach off their handiwork.
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End with the remaining 4mm metal bead. • Chain nose pliers Step 3 • Wire cutters String the remaining crimp bead onto the wire, then thread the wire through the jump ring on the clasp and back through the crimp bead. Crimp the bead and thread the wire ends back through several seed beads and turquoise chips. Step 4 Find the center of the choker. Open the jump ring and place it between a turquoise chip and a seed bead. Attach the feather charm and close the jump ring. Variation For a more formal choker, use pearls.
Chain nose pliers B Step 3 Wrap the long end of the cord around the hook and pull it through the loop as shown in Diagram C below. Adjust the tension by pulling the long end of the cord and making each stitch the same size as the first one. Variation Try alphabet charms to write a word or your name. C 56 Step 4 Repeat Step 3 on page 56 to the length you need. Remove the hook. Step 5 Thread the end of the cord through the loop and pull to make a knot. Crimp the clasp onto the ends. Step 6 Open each jump ring and place them, evenly spaced, over the cord.
Black faux-suede cord Place beads onto each 7/8" safety pin in the following order: one seed bead, one tube bead, one seed bead, one E bead, and one seed bead as shown in Diagram B below. Close each safety pin and pinch the top closures so they cannot open. 015" beading wire • (2) Gold crimp beads B • Spring-ring clasp with jump ring • Chain nose pliers Step 3 • Wire cutters Thread all of the safety pins onto the beading wire by placing the wire through the circle at the bottom of each safety pin while alternating the sizes as shown in Diagram C below.