How does a stopper bead work?
When you place a compatible chain or bangle wire through the stopper bead, the silicone grips it so the bead stays just where you place it. This not only prevents it from sliding around, but it can also be used to hold other beads in place. Thus, the name “stopper” bead.
How do you secure an end bead?
Tie one knot to secure the beads in place. Tie this knot as close to the end of the beading as possible to keep the beads from sliding around on the string and revealing the cord beneath. To position the knot as snugly as possible, form the knot loosely, then slide it into place as you tighten it.
How do you keep charms in place?
The original Pandora clip snaps on to the raised rivets of a charm bracelet or necklace, keeping the charms neatly in place. They look best when worn in pairs, dividing the bracelet into three separate sections, which keeps your charms neatly in place and stops them from sliding all the way around your wrist.
What’s a bead stopper?
Bead Stoppers are small rubber beads that can be strung between delicate beads, allowing you to string with beading wire in addition to silk or nylon cord. Bead Stoppers are great for holding other beads in place, plus they act as cushions between delicate beads to prevent scratching or rubbing.