How toTie Knots at Necklace Ends

by Katt
(Loganville, Georgia, USA)

I can't get my tie off knots close to the fastener at the end of a project (necklace or bracelet).


Can you give me some pointers?

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Tying Knots on Bracelet and Necklace Ends
by: Wanda

Hi Katt,

Sometimes it's a little tricky to tie knots right next to a bead. Use pearl knotting pliers to help and follow the techniques used in my How to Knot Pearls Tutorial.

Wanda
making-beaded-jewelry.com

How toTie Knots at Necklace Ends
by: Shaista

Use the reef knot leaving a little extra wire to use to tie a knot initially, which will give a good grip at the hook, then continue inserting the beads.

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