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How to tie a sliding knot for jewelry

I need to extend the length of my favorite necklace is there a knot for this?

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How to tie a full windsor knot. I like them crisp and diamond shaped.

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See or a host of other sites that will tell you how to tie any tie knot.

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Where can I purchase the necklace shown in the Roamans Magazine displayed with the boyfriend blazer

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I want to make a necklace for my sons wedding with pearls but they are so small and delicate I am not sure what thread will work with it?

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I have just started making my own jewelry using beads. How do I stop the beads wearing against the thread?

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I have a Givenchy necklace with a broken clasp. I need to purchase a new clasp and have it attached to my necklace. Who does this sort of repair or where can I purchase a new clasp?

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The pull string broke how. how do i put the new one on?

Go to a hardware store and ask them if they have ant bulk pull starter rope. Buy about 3 feet or so of the small stuff (it is only 30 or 40 cents a foot, cheaper that the kits) Remove the motor cover with the pull start and turn it so you can see the wheel inside. Remove the knot that held the old rope in the handle and then cut the knot on the starter wheel and pull out the tag left in there.
Now the fun part. The wheel is spring loaded and the spring has no tension on it after the rope broke. Wind it up like a clock spring until it is tight then back off until the holes where the cord goes line up. Stick a small screw driver, nail, ect in the slot to keep it from unwinding . Do not tie the handle to the cord yet. Slide the new cord through the hole in the cover and wheel and then tie a knot in the cord and pull it snug in the wheel. Hold the rope and remove the pin and let the cord slowly wind itself up. Run the cord through the hole in the handle, Adjust to the length of pull you want and tie another knot.
Reinstall the motor cover (if it binds and wont go on, pull the rope just a little bit to line up the crank with starter wheel and it will slide down.)

It sounds a bit windy but it really is a simple fix.

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