Sale – HALF Off Private Jewelry Making Lessons!

Private Jewelry Making Lessons are 50% OFF For the month of September, all private jewelry making lessons are 50% off! This is the perfect time to take advantage of having some quality one on one time with one of our friendly and knowledgable staff members. This is an awesome opportunity for those looking to sharpen … Continue Reading

Everything You Need to Know About Toggle Clasps

Toggle clasps are great because they are versatile, easy to use, and can turn any handmade piece of jewelry into an elegant masterpiece. Toggle clasps are a popular choice of closure because of how attractive and unique they are. Sometimes, you may even find toggle clasps that are adorn with gemstones or diamonds! Given how … Continue Reading

Pro Jewelry-Making Tips for Beginners

There is nothing better than being able to use your creative energy to make beautiful jewelry that you can actually wear. Making jewelry can be a fun, relaxing, and monetary hobby if you put your heart into it. In addition, there are so many branches within the realm of jewelry-making, such as metalsmithing, wire-wrapping, bead … Continue Reading

Beadalon

Beading with¬†Beadalon Beadworks is proud to carry Beadalon because we believe it is the best beading wire in the industry. It is the only company that manufactures its own beading wire and micro cable. Choosing the right Beadalon spool can be a tricky task, but we have some tips and tricks that will help you … Continue Reading

Silk and its Uses

Silk Cord The softness and stability Silk provides¬†is one of the reasons it is very popular among beaders. You can make a simple necklace by stringing gemstone beads on the cord and finishing it off with a nice clasp. If you want to take it a step further knotting in-between each bead can create more … Continue Reading

Jewelry Tools: Beyond the Basics

If you’ve been to a beading store, either online or in person, then you’ve seen the wide array of jewelry tools to choose from. The wide selection of pliers, tweezers, and needles make sense, but what about the stranger tools? Like the tapered pointy things that look like skewers? Or those pliers with the white … Continue Reading