Introduction to Peyote Stitch

CLASS ID: 5Z4K
Date/Time: 2 Saturdays, May 4 & 11, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Sue Swanson
This colorful, geometric bracelet is made with the off-loom technique called Peyote Stitch. The stitch is versatile and easy to do. This class teaches the even count, flat peyote stitch. The pattern is an excellent introduction to seed bead weaving because the rows are very short and the geometrical patterns are easy to see. The Japanese Delica cylinder beads tile together to give this bracelet a flat, sleek look.

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Make Your Own Jewelry (Teens)

CLASS ID: 7B02
Date/Time: Friday, July 12, 12:30 PM – 3:00 PM

Would you like to be able to make a bracelet or necklace to match your favorite outfit? Come and learn about bead stringing and how to use jewelry findings (the metal parts that hold jewelry together). We’ll also learn how to repair jewelry. Bring any broken jewelry that you have.

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Make Your Own Jewelry

Class ID: B401
Tuesday, July 2
Time: 9:30 AM – 12:00 PM
Ages 8-12

Would you like to be able to make a bracelet or necklace to match your favorite outfit? Come and learn about bead stringing and how to use jewelry findings (the metal parts that hold jewelry together). We’ll also learn how to repair jewelry. Bring any broken jewelry that you have.

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