Threading PIP Beads on C-Lon Bead Cord can be easy peasy or a bit frustrating if you don't take your time.
1. If you are following the pattern in one of my kits, cut your cords accordingly and position your cords on your foam disk.
2. Spread out the cord ends and apply Fray Block to each cord end. I like to dip the C-Lon into the container of Fray Block about 2 inches up the C-Lon. This takes but seconds! I use Fray Block because it dries quickly and it does not add any thickness to the cord end. I do NOT use Finger Nail polish.
3. Let the Fray Block dry thoroughly. This is where patience comes in handy. Trust me, if you wait, it's better. I know this from experience.
4. When the cord ends feel stiff and dry, take a sharp pair of scissors and cut the C-Lon Bead Cord to a point. This will serve as a needle and you can now thread your PIP beads easily onto the C-Lon Bead Cord.
Always work neat and clean. Take your time. Patience is a virtue!!