What woman doesn't love jewelry? A little bling and your outfit becomes complete. But, what if you could make it yourself? Not only will you save money, but you will be able to complement everything you own and anything you have yet to add to your wardrobe.Don't worry about where to begin because you probably have already learned how to thread beads in elementary school or at camp. Whether it was to commemorate the 100th day of school or your latest merit badge sliding beads on a length of elastic string and tying a knot is the easiest way to make a bracelet or necklace.Now that you are older you are probably interested in learning more sophisticated and professional looking techniques to craft bauble and bangles for yourself and your lucky friends and family. Sure you could take a class at a local craft store, but the instructor cannot focus solely on you. If you think you could find several books at your local library on this popular hobby? You are correct. But these tomes maybe directed at experienced beaders and leave those new to the craft frustrated, confused, discouraged and even drooling over gorgeous pieces that you think you will never be able to make.Never fear. Purchasing an online tutorial is the answer you are looking for to learn how to thread beads, how to finish your pieces professionally and how to master all of the techniques you are dying to try out. Beyond that stretchy, elastic string from first grade you will discover all the different stringing materials that are available today in the world of beading.Almost an art itself, stringing beads can be simple and fun as aforementioned or challenging and awe-inspiring when you learn true artistic techniques. The best place to start when learning how to thread beads is with the stringing material you have chosen. One of the easiest things to use is cable. It is virtually unbreakable and does not require any fancy touches to finish it.Other options include silk thread, which is most commonly used for pearls, beading thread which is used for weaving, your childhood favorite, elastic string, fishing line, or leather and rubber cord, both are great to use with large beads. Another popular choice is fine wire as commonly seen in Pandora bracelets. Finally, a quick and easy choice is hand-dyed silk ribbon. Simply add a pendant and tie around your neck and you have an instant, customized necklace.Once you have learned the basics of how to thread beads you can branch out into even more materials and techniques such as organza ribbon, knotting with hemp twine, or bead crocheting and knitting with wire. There is a technique and stringing material to match every style and skill level.Anyone can bead, but now that you have become privy to the beading secrets found in your online tutorial you will be well on your way to becoming a master of the craft of jewelry making.