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Textured Bead Blog

Take your beading to the next level with bead artist Linda Landy posts regularly about the techniques you need to create bead-embroidered works that are sculptural, three-dimensional, and very textured. Keep up with trends and new products in bead embroidery and bead weaving. 

 

OMG, where did this loop come from?

Linda Landy

Here is the next in a series of tips that were left out of Textured Bead Embroidery in the interest of space. I hope you enjoy them.

It is inevitable that one day you will turn over your beadwork and discover that your thread got caught on something (the edge of your foundation, a knot, a bead…) and there is a giant loop of thread back there. It can also happen if you get a knot in your thread. There’s an easy fix. Release the loop and cut it at the middle. Tie a square knot (with an extra knot if it is Fireline) flush with the foundation and trim off the excess. Problem solved.

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