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"No Warps" Beading on an Upright Loom

By November 5, 2012

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No Warp Ends Kit

I finally found the time to test out the No Warp Ends Kit I purchased from Mirrix, and so far I'm really liking the results. The purpose of the kit is to drastically reduce the number of loose warp thread tails that you need to deal with when you finish beading.

Loomed Beadwork

The Mirrix method does not require "pull and pray," setting up any special starter strips, or making your own loom with knitting needles (and non-adjustable tension).

If you're new to loom beading and would like to learn more about it, see my article directory for beginners or (if you'd rather cut to the chase) jump straight into my loom beading tutorial. Then give the free Moroccan Coral Bracelet Pattern a try.

Loom Beaded Bracelet Pattern

Later this week, we'll make the blue bracelet previewed in the photo above, and add a cute, chunky beading toggle.

Any questions about loom beading or the Mirrix no-warps technique?

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