string bead

string bead

[′striŋ ‚bēd]
(metallurgy)
A continuous weld bead made without appreciable transverse oscillation.
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We also love the black string bead top ([euro]90) with printed skirt ([euro]182) and skinny scarf ([euro]18.
The team at Bellisomo European Day Spa in Worcester will give mini-manicures, and Michelle Alenak of String Bead will introduce her line of beaded jewelry.
Use any kind of cord to string beads, using shorter "dot" beads and longer "dash" beads.
She learned to string beads, and had success selling her own designs and providing stringing services to the trade.
You will need: 2 cardboard egg-box cups Paint: purple and light blue Yarn or string Beads (17 per yarn string, 102 total) Googly eyes 2 large 4-hole buttons Tools: toothpick, white craft glue What to do: Paint the egg box cups, one blue one purple.
Akeed, no, maybe a stuffed elephant," the mother said as she watched Layal and Layan string beads into necklaces.
String beads to cover 1 1/2 inches of cord and knot at bottom of beads.
We would have him string beads and increase its difficulty by choosing smaller beads over a period of time.
There's also a craft village in the Bloom Garden Centre where the kids can do things like string beads and decorate fairy cakes.
The connecting chain can be made by beading a thin strip to attach the two pieces together, or string beads on a very strong thread combination (for example, four thicknesses of heavy weight Nymo beading thread).
I can understand her husband's bafflement at her wanting to string beads when she should have been dealing with other more "serious" issues
Those who string beads in patterns count, like weavers, like Goethe composing verse by tapping out the meter, delicately, with his fingers on his Roman mistress's back.