from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. One who makes decorative beading.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A tool for raising ornamental beadwork on metal boxes.
- n. A wood-working tool resembling a spoke-shave, having a number of interchangeable cutting-irons or -bits: used in reeding, fluting, beading, and routing straight or irregular surfaces; a reeder or molding-tool. See combination plane.
- n. A beading-machine (which see).
These books are now considered the “bibles” of the French beader.
Whether you are a beader, mechanic, chef or bookworm, there is a "tribe" waiting for you out there.
Jeong, Allyn, Nancy, Irene all run in and out with their dresses and jackets for last minute fixes as Sue, the artistic hand-beader, adds sequins, and ribbons.
A beader who joins the BeadForLife program gets paid twice a month for their beads and they have to open a savings account.
The second picture is of Marian Shirk, a rug hooker and beader.
My sister's an accomplished beader, so I've commissioned her to make some for me.
From her humble beginnings as a beader, she has evolved into a fantastic art jewelry silversmith, if I do say so myself.
March 25, 2008 at 10:46 am oooh yew is a beader too? ai haz moar beads dan energies………… wun ob dese days ai gets goin agin……. ai plais wit teh swarobskeees lots oar did
If you can attach to a hydrant, do so, and when you have given your boiler all the pressure you want, you can then examine your flues carefully, and should you find any seeping of water, you can use your beader lightly untill such leaks are stopped.
"If she is not protected by being guaranteed a fair wage for her work, a beader will be exploited," Ms Barratt explains.
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