Introduction

This guide will outline how to repair a beaded bracelet that has lost or broken the clasp on either end. A bracelet can break by losing the clasp, which is the ends of the bracelet that allows it to hook onto your wrist. When the clasp breaks or falls off, the bracelet is unusable.

Here you will find a detailed guide outlining the proper steps to take when repairing a beaded bracelet clasp. Acquiring the tools and steps listed in this guide may be a cheaper option than bringing your bracelet to a store for repair.

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Image 1/1: Bring the clasp and crimp bead 3 inches from the left end of the string.
  • From the left end of the bracelet, string on a crimp bead and one end of the new clasp.

  • Bring the clasp and crimp bead 3 inches from the left end of the string.

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  • Loop the left end of the string through the left side of the crimp bead.

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Image 1/1: Push the crimp bead up as close as you can to the clasp.
  • Push the crimp bead up close to the clasp.

  • Push the crimp bead up as close as you can to the clasp.

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Image 1/2: Use scissors to cut off excess string. Image 2/2: Use scissors to cut off excess string.
  • Use the bead crimp tool to squeeze the crimp bead shut.

  • Use scissors to cut off excess string.

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  • Bead the bracelet from the right end.

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  • After all beads are on, string on a crimp bead and then the other end of the new clasp.

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  • Loop the right end of the string through the right side of the crimp bead.

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Image 1/1: You do not want the beads spread out.
  • Pull on the string to tighten the bracelet.

  • You do not want the beads spread out.

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Image 1/2: Use scissors to cut off excess string. Image 2/2: Use scissors to cut off excess string.
  • Use the bead crimp tool to squeeze the crimp bead shut.

  • Use scissors to cut off excess string.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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