Here is the plan. My mom gave me these gorgeous, antique beads that belonged to my Grandma and maybe even to her mother or Grandmother before that. They were curled up in a little box and the string in which they were beaded on was disintegrating. Mom gave them to me thinking that I could do something with it. I tried fixing them up and attaching a clasp. Didn't work. I was starting to lose beads. Ahhh! I can't let that happen. Then I saw the photo in the magazine and decided that I'm going to take them apart and restring them using the Kumihimo disk. I'm not really into beading but I can really imagine these sparkling, red, glass seed-beads in a bracelet. I would like to make 4 total- one for my mom and my 2 sisters and myself. I don't know if I will have enough beads for that so may have to mix them with some other color or colors. I think I'll do a practice one first with "unimportant" beads. Take a look at this video of how this process goes. I think I could do it by Christmas time!