beader

\\ˈbēdə(r)\ noun (-s)
1.
a. : a tool or machine for making a bead (as about the end of a boiler tube)
2. : a worker who attaches beads or finishes with beading
3.
a. : one that sews together pieces of leather or fabric on a machine which sews with a zigzag stitch
b. : one that machine-sews around collar neckbands to make the seam between collar and neckband flat
c. : one that sews beads by hand onto dresses and other articles of theatrical wardrobes

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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