Tool School: Beading Loom and Accessories

Beading Loom What is it? – Bead weaving is Monet one pixel at a time. That legendary renaissance artist blended an exquisite pallet of pigments to create breathtaking landscapes. Now modern artists can align an exquisite pallet of bead shapes, sizes, colors and textures to create the perfect jeweled accessory for any occasion or application. The potential spectrum of personal expression is truly unlimited. Genius in its simplicity, the modern bead loom makes it all possible. It is the beading equivalent of Monet’s talented brush. The function of the loom serves to hold the warp threads in place, allowing the artist to attach selected beads with the weft threads in precisely the correct order and position required to achieve the creative design. Differing project sizes and shapes (even fringes) are easily accommodated. The breadth of bead colors, sizes, shapes and textures is extensive and still growing. All the artist needs to supply is the imagination. And, of course, a bead loom. And that’s where Clover comes in. Building from known requirements and recommendations from those who know, Clover has produced the quintessential bead loom with associated accessories to enable the loftiest artistic aspirations. Monet would truly be intrigued.

What does it do? -The Clover Bead Loom and accessories are designed to enable anyone at any skill level or any age to pursue this art genre that seems to grow in popularity every day.

Clover Beading Loom – The Clover Bead Loom is a cleverly constructed looming tool that makes the physical setup and manipulation of the beading project simple and precise. Made of sturdy metal and nylon components, the loom is both durable and fully adjustable. The range for working space can be set from 2 1/2″ to 8″. Utilizing rollers and pins at either end, the completed project length is completely at your discretion. The “comb” rollers that support the warp threads allow placement and spacing of warp threads to accommodate the width of the different sizes of beads. That’s flexibility with a capital “F”.Beading Loom1

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Mini Beading Loom – A cute cousin to the full sized loom, the Mini has talents all its own. Owing to its compact size you can take it anywhere with you. Moments of boredom can now become opportunities to create. Fully functional for its size, the Mini allows you to make amazing jewelry pieces and other adornment accessories where ever you find the time.Beading Loom2

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Beading Needles – Clover beading needles are provided in an assortment of three needles with a complimentary needle threader.Beading Loom3

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Beading Thread – Clover Beading Thread is 100% spun polyester. Resistant to stretch and exceptionally strong, these threads will ensure that your project will maintain both form and function without worry. Six colors allow you to set the companion mood for your scheme of color.Beading Loom4

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Clover Beading Loom Kits – Want to get started right away? Clover provides six unique beading kits, each resulting in a complete project. Each kit employs different shapes and applications from angles to curves to fringes. And all are attractive and considered cool by our panel of experts. Collect them all or give them as gifts.Beading Loom5

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How do I share it? – The end result of bead weaving is a beautiful glass tapestry. Individual pieces always elicit wonder and stimulate that tactile urge we all have. You know, you gotta’ touch it. Display some completed pieces and show some in progress. Have some dedicated classes and display what previous students have done. Patterns and designs are readily available on the internet or they can design their own. Once you show what can be done and that it can be done you’ll ignite those creative fires and develop a hard core fan base.

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2 thoughts on “Tool School: Beading Loom and Accessories

  1. You should check your facts. Claude Monet, an impressionist lived 1840 to 1926.
    The Renaissance was 1300 ad to1600 ad.

    • Hi Patricia, thank you for your feedback but we weren’t referring to “The Renaissance” as the period from the 14th to the 17th century that was the cultural evolution from the middle ages to modernity. We were referring to the idea of moving from the acceptance of expected to innovative forms of expression as evidenced by 19th century French artists like Monet, Manet, Cezanne, Pissarro and Renoir who moved the art world from realism to impressionism.

      Hope this helps.

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