Jewelry Making And Decorating From Knot With Theme Options, A very important lesson I learned is that there is no single set of universal (universal) materials.
The following are the main materials of tension and how and when to use them.
Silk thread: Satin has a wonderful “hand” (soft and flexible feel). This theme is available in many sizes and colors. Delivered packaged on landfills and “cards” with the attached needle. This is a classic string material and make up a beautiful knot between beads and pearls. However, silk tends to be relatively fragile.
It can be stretched, cut by abrasive beads, rot in the wet state, beads suspended on silk should be attached every few years. It is best to use silk only by threading beads and pearls light and perforated. The needle is necessary.
Nylon Theme: (Nemo): This theme also comes in many sizes and colors. Delivered packaged on landfills, landfills and “combed” with the needle attached. Nylon can be used wherever silk is and is not sensitive. These knots are exquisite and can be used as string bead, in some string jewels, seed beads, loom fabric, l houses and other special items and heishi. Nylon stretch is much less than silk, and it does not rot when wet. Like silk, you should not have pearls with sharp or sharp holes. If you use a nylon thread, I recommend coating your theme with beeswax or “Heventum thread” before use to prevent breakage. The needle is necessary.
Bound nylon: This is a much stronger form of nylon thread. The threads are physically connected to each other for strength and protection against corrosion. Although she is well, she has no “hand” of silk. Bonded nylon comes in a variety of colors and smaller files. Due to the corrosion resistance, you can use it with “hard” and more abrasive beads. In fact, this is close to being a “global theme”. Brand names include: Stringing or Silcon. The needle is necessary, even if at the end you can attach “super glue” to form a “needle”. It’s my favorite material.
Jewelry Making And Decorating From Knot With Theme Options
Fishing line: This material is hard, semi-rigid plastic wire. It is not built well, and over time, sunlight or ultraviolet rays can cause weakening and degradation. The fishing line is bought on small dumps and sold in sports shops. Personally, I can use the fishing line for two purposes. I use it to make my string temporary when designing the necklace (I move the beads to the best material for the finished product) and thread the “raw” beads together. There is no need for a needle. I will not use this material for the last piece of pearl.