Making Your Own Beading Loom?


Making your own beading loom is a fun project that goes right along with making your own beaded jewelery. The beading loom can be made from a section of one by six board about four feet in length, wood glue, wood screws, a screwdriver, toothpicks, and duct tape. The loom project begins by cutting the one by six into three pieces. Two pieces will be six inches in length and one piece will include the remaining length of the board.
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How to Make Your Own Wood Bead Loom
Wood bead looms help you create flat strips of woven beads for belts, headbands and other decorative or personal clothing items. Commercially available bead looms can be pricey, but you can build your own with a little ingenuity and a few supplies from a... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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