Bead Weaving - Peanut Bead Bracelet

Wednesday, 9/7 - 9/14 ( 2 sessions) 10:30 - Noon

  • Kennard African American Cultural Heritage Center

Course Description

Beginner Bead Weaving - Peanut Bead Bracelet Fees: $15 for materials is due at the first class Bead weaving is a beadwork technique where beads are woven together using a needle and thread to create jewelry, tapestries or three-dimensional shapes. We’ll review the basics of bead weaving, including supplies and tools used, types of stitches and types of beads available. This class will teach the student how to do right-angle weave to make a bracelet, how to start and end thread and how to add a clasp to the bracelet. The bracelet will be made with peanut beads, rondelles and round seed beads.  Maximum 6 participants Instructor: Teddy Griffin


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