Tube beads make great dangle earrings. However most artisans just use one per dangle. But why not two? The tubes can be paired together to get a totally new look.

Carol did just that by beadweaving. She first threaded a small seed bead onto a strand of Fireline. This seed bead is the anchor bead at the end of the dangle. She then threaded both ends of the strand up through the same beads, only separating them through the tube beads. To finish, we knotted the Fireline around a small seed bead inside a clam shell finding. A quick dab of glue, a little trim and closing the clamshells were the final steps before attaching the dangles to the ear wires.

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