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This type of clasp is used in weaved or crochet jewelry. While one end of the clasp has a button or fastener made of plastic, fabric, or wood, the other end forms a loop. To fasten the clasp, one has to slide the button or fastener through the loop. Button clasps are used in thread jewelry as the clasp is lightweight. The use of metal clasps can damage the delicate thread used in making it. This clasp is easy to use and can be comfortably operated with one hand. Button clasps are secure enough to support thread bracelets, but one should ensure that the button fits snugly into the loop and does not slip out easily.
The Hamsa origin is believed to predate Islam. The symbol was previously used in Punic religion, where it was associated with Tanit. In Israel and in Jewish culture it is most commonly known as "Hamsa", without any Islamic heritage connotations. Some sources link the significance of the five fingers to the five books of the Torah or to the five pillars of Islam.
Thread two tiny beads onto a head pin. Take one of the blue pearls beads and thread it onto the headpin (on the small beads). Thread two more tiny beads onto the headpin and on the pearl bead. Bend the headpin over to a 45 degree angle, with the help of the round nose plier. Cut the headpin wire leaving approx 5 mm spare. Bend it over to shape it like a loop, with the round nose plier leaving a slight gap. Thread the fish hook onto the head pin, and close the loop attaching the fish hook to the headpin using the flat nose pliers. Repeat the entire procedure to make the second earring of the pair.
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