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If you love jewelry and have always wanted to give it a try, then this workshop is for you. Discover your creative side in this easy to follow class filled with live demonstrations, hands-on training and individual guidance to create your own designs.
Together, we'll string colorful beads into necklaces, bracelets, earrings, and lariats using the crimping technique. Then we'll add some bonus wire-wrapping techniques and incorporate the use of chain to further advance your skills.
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Learn to incorporate beads into your chain and charm jewelry designs. In this class, you will learn how to use nylon coated beading wire, crimp beads and crimp covers. Materials included in class: Glass Beads 5 charms Crimp beads, crimp covers, and stringing materials 1 finished chain necklace Ages 12 and up. All materials are included. What...
Sunday Oct 27th, 12pm - 2pm
In this class we will learn how to create knots with silk cord and get them snug between beads using a tool called an Awl. This technique is classic- traditionally used to protect pearls from damaging one another- but it's not just for pearls anymore! We will get creative with colors and beads and have a great time creating hand-knotted necklaces...
Sunday Oct 20th, 12pm - 2pm
Expand skills learned in Part 1 with an additional knotting techniques, an easy seed bead technique that creates fabulous bangles and necklace, and working with wire to create chains with beads and earrings. This class may also be used to complete unfinished projects from Part 1. Students do not need to take Part 1. For the Supply List,...
Monday Nov 11th, 1pm - 3:30pm(6 sessions)
Explore new techniques and stitch combinations to create unique bead, fiber and wire jewelry. Projects are offered by the instructor, but intermediate students are encouraged to explore their own designs. Beginners will work on projects designed specifically for them. Note: Please contact [email protected] a week before classes begin for the...
Tuesday Nov 12th, 1pm - 3:30pm(6 sessions)
Join Stephanie Maddalena for a 1-day hands-on workshop where you will learn the basics of lampworking, or glass bead making, using ancient Venetian techniques. Learn how to manipulate and combine colorful rods of glass into beautiful shapes and beads. The class will be limited to eight students allowing for individual instruction. No experience...
Saturday Nov 9th, 10am - 4pm
This five (5) weeks workshop is for beginners as well as those with some beading experience. Participants will learn a variety of popular beadwork stitches, which will then be applied to projects chosen by the instructor. Supplies will be available for purchase at the classes.
Thursday Oct 31st, 1pm - 3:30pm(5 sessions)
Complete those unfinished projects and design some new ones. Focus on stringing, knotting and weaving the larger bead, with a concentration on technique and troubleshooting. Prerequisite: Why Knot I & II and/or Intro to Beaded Jewelry I & II. Notes: Please bring projects that are in progress or design ideas that you wish to develop....
Monday Nov 11th, 4pm - 6:30pm(6 sessions)
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