Faced with a vast array of luscious materials and intricate techniques, beaders are bursting with questions: How do I choose my beads? What makes a great necklace? What length should my bracelet be? What kind of wire do I need? Should I use a spring ring or toggle clasp? How do you knot between beads? What's the Peyote stitch? How about the African Zulu Flowerette stitch?"The Beading Answer Book" puts to rest the fears of every unstrung beader with illustrated instructions and insightful advice for solving every problem they may face. Beadwork instructor and author Karen Morris has assembled more than 200 of the most vexing questions her students ask and offers skillful advice on how to resolve every dilemma. Whether it's a beginner trying to choose the right supplies for a simple necklace or an advanced crafter wanting to master the details of off-loom weaving or knitting and crocheting with beads, "The Beading Answer Book" is sure to be an indispensable reference. It's designed in an appealing small format that can be tucked inside any beader's supply box.
Night or day, any time of the week, this wise companion is always available to unravel those pesky beading questions that can tie bead enthusiasts up in knots.