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I am doing a set of instructions on the process of beading I will describe the different types of looms beads needles and thread I will also include instructions for simple beading on a loom and a few finishing methods Looms There are many types of looms the most common being wood or metal It is easy enough to make a loom or buy a small one for 5 to 15 dollars The large looms used for larger style belts and bags can usually cost 20 dollars and up A small one is sufficient for bracelets earrings belts and small bags Beads Beads can come in a variety of colors sizes and brands They can originate in Japan and the Czech Republic Czech beads are the least expensive with Japanese beads and Japanese Delica beads as expensive and most expensive respectively The Delica are more expensive because they are made with assistance of a computer and are therefore more uniform in size and shape The size is determined by how many beads when lain flat are in an inch The higher the number the smaller the bead One of the popular sizes is 110 which means 11 beads fit into an inch Needles Beading needles are generally long thin and flexible The size of the needle is often 1 higher number than the bead as it has to fit the bead hole A size 12 beading needle will fit size 110 beads Thread Ordinary sewing thread can be used for beading but it is recommended to use beading thread The thread comes in an array of colors and can also come pre-waxed The thread is waxed for more strength and a smoother texture It slides through the beads easier with wax Wax thread by running the thread under a fingernail against a piece of beeswax In the next few paragraphs I will describe the steps in
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