An important factor, in addition to the technique of beadweaving, is the fixing of the threads in the process. There are a few simple ways of fixing the thread. It is easier to secure the yarn when you weave in a circle. On the thread typed in the required number of beads and tied in the ring, and then the short edge of the thread is again passed through five or six beads and the end is clipped. When other techniques of weaving at the beginning of work on a thread is typed in one bead, then through the bead the thread is threaded in the same direction. After work the bead off the thread. The rest of the thread knotted around the loop one or two nodes and extend through the adjacent beads. The excess thread is cut. When you weave the product on the line the easiest way is to set fire to the end of the line. It will begin to melt, and at the end thickening is formed, which will hold the beads. You can also do at the end of the work, in this case you have to leave the line a small length (about 2 cm). But this method has some drawbacks. First, it is only suitable for the manufacture of the inside or elements in which this type of attachment is well hidden. Secondly, with this method of fixation at the end, there is a danger of damaging the product itself, overexposed the fire or leave enough long end of the line. Before you use this way of consolidation, need to practice to pinpoint the degree of melting and not to make mistakes.
If you work with a simple thread, you can pass it through the wax (waxing), that in the process of weaving the thread does not change and work with it comfortably. It should be noted that, as in any needlework, beadwork impossible to do without mistakes, especially in the beginning. And it's not for a lack of experience or desire to learn something new. You just need to correctly organize their work.