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Tuesday, July 25, 2006

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carolyn

thanks for the links julie, i have been trying to find a place to buy a kumihomo disk but had only been able to find wholesale. trying to replicate an old bracelet from college!!

janice

Hi - I would be interested in adding beads to kumihimo in the braid and as a focal bead. I have seen many examples at bead shows (expensive class) but there are no "recipes" out there.

Michelle

Looks interesting & what fun!

Vicki

Looks very interesting. I can't wait to hear all about it!

heatherly

that lucet thing...how does it make cords?

Nicole

I was given one of these recently! So glad you're gonna talk about it.

Erin

I went to the website and saw some pictures, but I have NO clue how those plates work to make cording. Any chance that you can give us a play-by-play with pictures? Thanks! It looks really cool.

Lystessa

I found a book of japanese braids in my university's textiles library once. It's a lot of fun, and especially nice to pair them with fancy tassels!

Of course, I just had a thrown-together cardboard frame and fishing weights to use... Your supplies look great and makes me want to pick it up again!

rebecca

this is so neat! a lady in my spinning group does kumihimo - beautiful stuff

jane

thanks for all you rinfo,found you through google
thanks
jane

Heather

Jane,
Hi,I was looking on your website
to see if you had any embroidery
thread bracelets.And I found one
your second braid I'm trying to learn how to do that but it don't look that easy.This is my first time trying this so I was wondering if you help me with some easier instructions.I'm making one with a braided loop and with 12 strands of embroidery thread using a front knots.
Please respond back to me!
A.S.A.P.
Thank You,
Heather

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