RAW Rubber Gasket Necklace
Date and Time: 08/27/2016 from 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Prerequisites: Flat RAW—see Flat Right Angle Weave Bracelet on August 20
Use flat right angle weave (RAW), then zip it up around a rubber gasket, sew up the gasket to create an figure eight, and embellish it to create this contemporary necklace with glass beads and rubber.Add a RAW bead on each side of the necklace and you are ready to wear.
*Take both Flat Right Angle Weave Bracelet and RAW Rubber Gasket Necklace for double reward points.*
Summer Bead Camp–Make a Bracelet and Recycled Blooms$58.00 Add to cart
Date and Time: 08/08/2017 from 9:00AM to noon
Instructor: Cheryl Weatherford and Kaami William-Hinton
Bead Camp is for kids 8 years old and up. This morning session includes two projects. The first project is making a bracelet using Czech pressed glass on flexible wire. No needle, easy to finish, and strong. The second project uses soda, tea, and other aluminum beverage containers to make flowers.
For those wanting more than one session of Bead Camp, the cost goes down to $49/session. This discount cannot be offered on line. Please call to get this discount. Each session of Bead Camp needs a minimum of 4 participants.
Jazzy Linked Wire Bracelet$68.00 Add to cart
Date and Time: 08/13/2016 from 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Instructor: Cheryl Weatherford
Prerequisites: No previous experience is necessary.
Learn to create consistent wrapped loops and link them to form your own beaded chain long enough to wear as a bracelet. This bracelet class will incorporate a variety of materials into each bracelet.Walk away with a jazzy new piece to add to your collection.
*This class serves as a prerequisite for the Dragonfly Pendant class on August 20. Sign up for Jazzy Linked Wire Bracelet and Dragonfly Pendant for double rewards points.*
Beaded Bead on Glass$60.00 Add to cart
Date and Time: 11/16/2018 from 5:30PM to 8:30PM
Instructor: Karen Kubby
Prerequisites: basic peyote skills
Make a peyote strip, zip it together, and learn to make a rounded end. Then use this peyote bead and Swarvoski crystals to embellish a lampwork headpin to make a beautiful pair of earrings.