How To Thread Beads Onto Yarn

I included this simple tutorial in the pattern for Beaded Favour Gift Bag, but thought it polite to share with everyone 🙂

For this tutorial I used larger beads and wire, just make sure the wire you use threads through the beads when doubled over.

Fold a length of wire in half, and thread the yarn through leaving a tail.

threading beads 01

Thread 10 beads (makes it easier to keep count) onto the wire, making sure you thread it onto the doubled wire.

threading beads 02

Holding on to wire firmly, slide the beads onto yarn.

threading beads 03


15 thoughts on “How To Thread Beads Onto Yarn

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                1. I’m allergic to all man-made materials (that’s why I always craft with cotton!), a lot of chemicals, especially anything scented…and more recently…chocolate…well specifically soy lecithin, thankfully there is some chocolate available without it, so it’s not too traumatic!

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