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Beadalon Tying Station
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Beadalon Tying Station

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Beadalon Tying Station. This tool is designed to hold your designs in place for two-handed tying, knotting and beadwork. The included foam pad plate allows you to extend your design. The ruler along the side gives you sizing while laying out your patterns and working on your piece.
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Bin: Y7-710
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Q: Will you please show how this is used on the product page? It is not clear to me. Thanks.
Asked by: - 6/13/2014 (Submit an answer)
A: Yes Shelby, I will do a video on this product! I have one on my desk now, just need to try it out! Look for it very soon! Karla
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Q: I want this!!! But, will it work to do 5 row bracelets? Also, honestly, is it any good???
Asked by: - 6/13/2014 (Submit an answer)
A: I have not tried it yet, but intend to do a video with it. I think it will be a great tool for wrapped bracelets and Shamballa style as well. I am not sure it if it is the best tool for a 5 row bracelet, that is as in a wrap style, I would suggest the http://www.auntiesbeads.com/Macrame-Board-115-x-155_p_29182.html or http://www.auntiesbeads.com/Mini-Macrame-Board-75-x-105_p_29181.html. I believe these may be better suited for that style. Karla
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