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JEWELLERY BEADING, STRINGING & THREADING


• Handle Ø10mm• • Made in India


For reaming stones and beads, always use water as a lubricant with diamond instruments


Code B20120 Description


Diamond Coated Reamer Set, with Handle


UOM PACK*4 Price £9.95


Diamond Coated Reamer Set, with Handle - A*F Swiss


• Easily pick up and move beads of all sizes • Particularly effective at picking up tiny beads and putting them into a tube


• Pointed, concave end for ease of use • Stainless steel


• 16cm long Code


B45693


Description Bead Scoop


Bead Spinner Bead Stringing Spiral Needles A*F Swiss


An extremely useful tool for working with beads. Used for enlarging and finishing holes. Set of diamond coated reamers stored in a handy aluminium handle with screw cap including one standard tapered reamer, one large tapered reamer for jumbo beads, one countersinks for finishing the edges of holes.


The handle is knurled with a removable rubber grip and pocket clip. The reamers are held in a quick release chuck.


• Set of 3 diamond coated reamers • Small Reaming Point • Large Reaming Point • 45 Degree Edging Point • Shank Ø3mm • Handle Ø16mm


For reaming stones and beads, always use water as a lubricant with diamond instruments.


Code B4382 Description


Diamond Coated Reamer Set, with Handle - A*F Swiss


UOM PACK*3 Price £10.85


Diamond Coated Reamer Set, with Handle - Wooden


This simple yet ingenious tool is excellent for mixing and threading your seed beads into amazing and bright colours without the long task of threading each individual bead.


This little bead spinner saves a lot of hand and eye strain as well as time!


How to use: • Place your selected colour(s) of seed bead into the basin of the spinner.


• If you are using different colours they will mix together when the basin is spun.


• Now take your beading wire or memory wire and make a slight bend in the end to mimic the contour of the inside of the basin.


• Now using the grip at the end of the spinner shaft, spin the basin round in an anti-clock wise direction.


• Keep doing this to keep the basin spinning at a regular medium pace.


• As the basin is spinning insert the curved end of your wire into the spinning beads.


• You will notice the beads start to jump onto the end of your wire!


• Quickly you will find that you have threaded the whole wire in no time at all, forming eye catching random bead patterns!.


• Saving time and eye strain this a must for all seed beaders!


Weight: 251g


Basin opening: 80mm Code


• Set of 2 diamond coated burrs • Reaming Point • 45 Degree Edging Point • Shank Ø3mm • Handle Ø30mm • Made in India


For reaming stones and beads, always use water as a lubricant with diamond instruments.


Code R39057 Description


Diamond Coated Reamer Set, with Handle - Wooden


UOM PACK*2 Price £4.95 B35077


Description Bead Spinner


Bead Stoppers


The Designer Wire Rounder has a small cup burr at its tip that rounds wire ends.


• Place the end of any size coloured wire, silver, gold copper brass etc. into the cup, push the two firmly together moving left to right twist the tool against the wire for a smooth round end.


These spring or bead stoppers grip the end of pretty much any thread and stops your beads from falling off.


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• With traditional wooden handle • Maximum size wire can be rounded Ø1.20mm


UOM Price EACH


Eye Beading & Stringing Spiral Needles for Beads, Pearls etc.


• These collapsible eye needles are flexible and are particularly nice for stringing beads that have very small holes or for stringing beads onto ribbon.


• Extra-spring wire is kink-resistant and has a specially designed eye that automatically collapses and instantly reshapes when it is pulled through the bead.


• The eye makes it easy to thread and accommodates many sizes of thread cord wire etc.


• Depending on the tightness of the bead leading hole, lock the thread wire or cord and tighten with a pair of pliers; knot the thread in the eye or thread and push the malleable needle in through the bead thus locking the thread in the eye, continue to bead.


In bags of 25pcs available in Various diameters. • Fine, medium & thick


• Diameter is the wire twisted together Code


Description


J33129 J33130 J9771A


J33131 J9771B J9771C


Ø0.10mm Fine Needles, Non EU


Ø0.20mm Medium Needles, Non EU


Ø0.30mm Thick Needles, Non EU


Ø0.35mm Medium Needles, A*F Swiss


UOM Price PACK*25 £3.95 PACK*25 £3.95


Ø0.25mm Fine Needles, A*F Swiss PACK*25 £8.95 PACK*25 £3.95


PACK*25 £8.95 Ø0.50mm Thick Needles, A*F Swiss PACK*25 £8.95 Beading Wire End Rounder £7.95


UOM Price EACH


Bead Scoop


This gadget works with all types of thread like stretch magic, beadalon and nymo and it hasn’t affected the thread in anyway (like kinking or weakening the thread at the point where it grips).


These bead stoppers are easy to use, just pinch the two wing loops together to expand the spring to enable you to place your thread/threads between the springs. No more messing around with stopper beads or using sticky tape.


• Pack 12 • With rubber handles for better grip and protection • Spring length: 12mm • Spring overall diameter: Ø10mm • Spring wire diameter: Ø1.10mm • Wing size: 15 x 12mm


£1.25


Dimensions are approximate Code


Description B45692 Bead Stopper Springs


UOM Price PACK*12 £6.95


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