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Monday, November 9, 2015

MONDAY's: "Beading Tips"

This suggestion that I saw in one of my old beading magazines really worked for me. I tried it this weekend. I wish I could give credit where it is due but the magazine is now long gone, apologizes.

Cut holes in a piece of beading felt - I also tacked each end down with pins just to keep it from even think about slipping! Then fill each hole with your beads. I even mistakingly hit my beading board a few times and a dog paw appeared in the middle of it at one point, but everything stayed fairly well in place. 

The above photos show what my board looked like when the felt was removed; makes it so easy to clean up!

NOTE: Double click on photo for close-up view.

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