Kumihimo is one of those techniques which are so soothing to do. The repetitive motions promotes calmness. 

Want to up your kumihimo game? Try the 24-warp kumihimo tutorial by Kate Silvia of Beadaholique! I did not know 64- slot disks were actually available!  

These are made from denser foam to better grip the thin threads or wire. Yes, wire!  You can use 28 G wire if you are willing to try. 

The technique is similar to the common 8-warp one but you do not move along as much.  

I personally find E6000 to be messy when trying to fill the end caps.  I generally use Super New Glue or the Medium formulation from Starbond Glues (15% discount code : BGSB15).  These cyanoacrylate glues are liquid so they quickly spread inside the end caps. 

BTW You can also purchase the 64-slot disks from Amazon

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