Bead Weaving - Superduo Bracelet I
Monday, 2/12 - 2/19 (2 sessions) 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
- Kennard African American Cultural Heritage Center
Bead weaving is a beadwork technique where beads are woven together using a needle and thread to create jewelry, tapestries or three- dimensional objects. We’ll review the basics of bead weaving, including supplies and tools used, types of stitches and types of beads available. This class is good for beginners; it will teach how to do the peyote stitch using two-hole superduo beads, how to start and end thread and how to attach a clasp. Limited to 5 participants Instructor: Teddy Griffin Fees: $15 for materials is due at the first class
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