Friday, February 17, 2017

We're OPEN!

Visit out new website at Pepperell.com
We're OPEN at www.Pepperell.com
We are OFFICIALLY Open!

We are still under a bit on construction - as you can see we do have some more Holgate Toy items to move in as well as the project downloads, but we're nearly there! We launched the store earlier this month and we're trilled to see people already shopping the site.

As you'll note, we are now able to offer 1st class shipping (if it can be applied) to some package rates. The site is new, so there may still be a little bit of dust to clear out, so if you notice any issues or need assistance for navigation, please let us know - email: info@pepperell.com.

Thank you so much for visiting!

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

95 for 99!

95 Parachute cord 25 Feet for $0.99.

Yep, Paracord 95 for only $0.99! Through the end of this month we're offering the 25 foot lengths of Paracord 95 at only $0.99 each - regularly $2.49. Find them here at Parachute Cord Craft or here on Pepperell.com.

Friday, February 10, 2017

Beads, Baubles & Jewels Color Inspiratation


Rebroadcasting now on the Beads Baubles & Jewels website, Katie Hacker teaches us how to use and EZ Jig, and create a beautiful Square Knot bracelet in minutes. Episode 2305 is inspired by COLOR. This episode will be airing now through noon (EST) on February 17th Downloadable project directions are available on the Beads Baubles & Jewels website here.

This clip will be available to watch on YouTube year-round here or below:

Materials required to make these bracelets can be sourced from your local craft store or from Pepperell.com. Requires

Have a wonderful crafty weekend!

Friday, February 3, 2017

Beads Baubles & Jewels: Cord Bracelets

Paracord wrap bracelets from scrap 550, wire and beads.
Paracord Wrap Bracelets.
Image courtesy of Beads, Baubles & Jewels.
Rebroadcasting now on the Beads Baubles & Jewels website, Ashley Bunting shows us how to make elegant Parachute Cord Bracelets using wire, beads and scrap segments of 550 Parachute Cord. Episode 2304 - Cord Bracelets will be airing now through noon (EST) on February 10th.

Katie Hacker and Ashley Bunting making Parachute Cord Bracelets.
Katie Hacker with Ashley Bunting.
Image courtesy of Beads, Baubles & Jewels.
 Downloadable project directions are available on the Beads Baubles & Jewels website here.

Beads and Paracord snippets. Image courtesy of Beads Baubles & Jewels.
Beads and Paracord snippets.
Image courtesy of Beads Baubles & Jewels.

Materials required to make these bracelets can be sourced from your local craft store, and Parachute Cord is available from Parachute Cord Craft.com. Requires:
  • 550 Parachute Cord (with core filler removed)
  • Memory wire
  • Assorted beads and/or charms of your choice
  • Scissors
  • Pliers (recommended)
  • Lighter or craft glue (with a little patience)
Easy-peasy! Did you give this a try? We want to see it - post your photos over on our Facebook page, or tag us (@macramestore) on Twitter.