Cord Knotting Tip: How to Avoid Frayed Ends While Knotting
Cord knotting is a ton of fun, but it’s probably safe to say that if you’ve tried stringing small beads on cord or thread, then you’ve experienced the frustration of dealing with frayed ends! Those pesky frayed ends will catch on your tiny beads and prevent them from sliding on easily, and often trimming them doesn’t fix the problem (or can even make them worse!).
In this quick video, I show you a couple of really simple things you can do to prevent your cord or thread from fraying while you’re stringing on your beads.
If you’re unable to see the embedded video below, you can watch >>How to Avoid Frayed Ends While Knotting<< on YouTube.
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* In this demo I am using waxed irish linen cord, but this technique will work on cotton cord, pearl silk, and other types of cord and thread whether they’re pre-waxed or not.
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