Shop jewellery stringing materials.
Next to the beads themselves your choice of string when making a piece of jewellery is paramount. Heavy beads or beads with big holes require strong, thick wire whereas fine or lightweight beads hang better when strung on a fine string. Experience is a pretty good teacher when it come to stringing beads so don’t be shy to experiment, however tigertail remains the most commonly used wire. So whether you’re using tigertail and crimps, beading thread and needles, getting into the beaded wire work, using the organza or leather necklaces to put pendants on or any of the other numerous ways you can create beaded jewellery, there is something here for you.