Ever changed your mind about a design after you've strung the necklace?  I have and so have a number of beginner beaders at our workshops over the years.  Or a necklace breaks and you're faced with restringing the lot?

Image by Amethyst and Amber
Never fear. There is an easy way. Just grab a fresh length of beading wire and feed it through the design, transferring the beads over to the new beading wire as you go along. Stop at where the error is and correct it with a different selection of beads. Continue transfer-stringing until complete.

However, if you're dealing with thread as the original stringing material, then you'll find it's more work to feed the new beading wire through. That's when you need Lindley's tip.  Her tutorial over on her blog, Amethyst and Amber, shows how fast it can be with a bit of glue. Those itty bitty heishi beads?  No problem!

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