Posted on March 2, 2018March 6, 2018 by Liz Bucheit — Leave a commentYou’re Going to Love This….. You’re Going to Love This….. Happy spring (almost!) We are always looking for unique and unusual items to accentuate your designs. Recently our client Paula inquired about the tiny silver beads she was seeing on several bracelet designs online. After a few emails we followed up on her advice to add silver beads to our product listings and voilá! They are now available. Saamisupplies is proud to offer Sterling Silver 3.00mm beads in packages of 100. Use these beautiful high polished beads to accent your favorite bracelet designs. Manufactured exclusively for saamisupplies these sparkling beads provide an attractive contrast to the soft white of our 0.35mm pewter thread. Integrate them into your braids or sew them onto your projects separately. And since we’re talking materials, let’s talk about one of the hardest working tools of the craft. Now you can purchase No. 10 round needles in packages of 20. These high quality German manufactured needles are perfect for sewing finished braids to your leather bracelets and necklaces. Use these sharps with transparent or cotton thread. The diameter of this needle is ideal when separating braid sections during stitching. *Remember to only use “sharps” when sewing your braid to your leather. Do not use a leather needle when sewing braids as it will cut the pewter thread very quickly! These are just a few examples of new products we will be adding to the website in the coming weeks so we are excited and curious to know what our clients and students are creating! Let us know if there are other items you would like to see us carry. If you haven’t subscribed to the blog please do and receive a sweet 20% off coupon on your order! Please share photos and feedback about your projects on our Saami Inspired Crafts Facebook Page. We’d love to see your creations! Share this:FacebookPinterestEmailTwitterTumblrRedditPocketPrint Post navigationPrevious post: A History of Tin Thread Embroidery of the Sámi PeopleNext post: You’ll Love Happy Spring Things Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.