If you are interested in taking a class and do not see a scheduled date that works for you, don't hesitate to contact us. We will try to coordinate a mutually acceptable date for you and the instructor.
3D Puffy Star Learn the basics of this very popular peyote star using peyote and herringbone stitches. Get some hints and insights on how designers write their patterns for the stars. Additional star patterns will be available for purchase at the class.
Arch Bracelet Two different color superduos along with seed beads and gemstones or pearls create this Arch bracelet. Units are completed separately and then combined. One unit can also be used to create pendant. This can be a bracelet for everyday or special occasions depending on colors used. The width is 1 1/4"
Cascading Bracelet Create a beautiful geometric bracelet with a gemstone embellishment using netting stitch! This class will teach students on how to taper netting stitch and add fringe to complete the bracelet, as well as provide tips for making a necklace or beaded scarf.
Cellini Spiral This stitch can be done with a myriad of bead mixes. Using everything from 15/o to 6/o, gemstones, pearls, etc. The combinations are endless. In this class you will learn how to do the basic Cellini.
Crystals and Hexes A little sparkle can dress up a hex nut in a unique, yet elegant way. In this class, students will learn how to incorporate mini hex nuts into their bead weaving to create a beautiful and fun jewelry set. The classes teaches both basic peyote and brick stitch, demonstrating the fundamental differences between these two versatile techniques.
Dahlia Beaded Bead Learn how to use seed beads, super duos and fire polished glass beads to create a beautiful beaded bead. It's colorful, flower-like pattern complements any necklace, bracelet or earring design and can be paired with gemstones, tassels and more.
Diamonds Learn how to do odd count peyote and how to use 2 different size beads to achieve this bracelet. Odd count peyote is not difficult but merely has an ?extra? step that even count peyote doesn?t have. You will also learn how tension between the bead sizes affects the look of the bracelet.
Dome Pendant The Dome Pendant uses size 11 seed and size 11 delicas, size 15 seed beads and bicones to create a dome with pearl or gemstone centers that are then combined to form one 2 1/4" pendant. This makes a great earring as well.
Even Count Peyote: Gemstone Ring Join us for this unique accessory class: Even Count Peyote Gemstone Ring! In this class, you'll learn the basics of flat even count peyote stitch using delicas, seed beads and a few gemstones from your stash.
Fleur De Lis This is an original pattern designed by our very own Michelle and Julie! They were inspired to use the NEW Cymbal pieces with our paisley Duos and Diamond Duos to make this Sweet and Simple bracelet.
Herringbone Rope Learn how to make a beaded rope choker, necklace, or bracelet using tubular herringbone stitch with this technique. You can use a variety of seed bead sizes to give the stitch texture.
Luna St. Petersburg St. Petersburg stitch is another of those versatile stitches. You can make a single row, which drapes nicely for a short necklace resting nicely on the collar bone. Or, make 2 or 4 or even 6 rows all stitched together for a bracelet with a chevron pattern. Using gemstones adds a certain amount of elegance to this bracelet. Easily made with various sizes of seed beads or even crystals.
Ombre Fringe Earrings Delicate fringe earring working with color runs, blending and flow. You'll create stunning 7 strand ombre fringe earrings in this class from a blended color run of 15/0 seed beads, finished with a cone and perhaps a gemstone, too.
Private Class with Laura Small Private classes are available for all of our classes offered. Book a one on one instruction or set up a class offered only for your group. Do you want to take a class one on one? Do you want to book the classroom for a group of friends or a party? Call the store to make arrangements for your own private class, group or party.
Shimmy Learn single brick stitch on a frame with kicky fringe. Shimmy's fringe can be made short, medium or long. They can be made monochrome, stripey, ombre, color blocked, so many options that Wendy will help you work out.
Simple Tubular Peyote Peyote stitch is very versatile and can be stitched into a simple tube to create intricate components for jewelry designs. In this class, students will learn a stacked, tubular peyote pattern that perfectly complements and embellishes a memory wire bracelet design with gemstones.
Square Stitch Fringe The look of loom... without the loom! Learn square stitch to create rectangular or square bases for your fringed earrings. No need for a finding/base, these sturdy bead bases are a beautiful canvas for anything you can dream up!
Tesoro Pendant This bead weaving design uses Mini Duos and 3 mm pearls or gemstones to frame a Czech button, resulting a beautiful pendant. In this beginner class, students will learn how the two hole beads interlock with other seed beads to make a bezel and embellish it to create a four-pointed design.
The Cassie This pattern is based on the traditional Cubic Right Angle weave (CRAW). Instead of the 4 bead circumference this pattern uses 5 beads around. We are using 11/0 seed beads and the addition of a 4mm bead or gemstone to add dimension to the bracelet. You can easily turn this into a necklace by continuing the pattern until the desired length is achieved. Or, make it a double wrap bracelet!
The Renee Who knew tubular herringbone could look so different! Demi rounds completely change the look and feel of this popular stitch. Beautiful results using 8/0s, or for a more diminutive look go with the 11/0s.
Zula Herringbone A new twist on an old stitch. Students will learn how to take the 2-bead herringbone stitch on a new path. Using 11/0 and 15/0 seed beads with the addition of gemstones gives this bracelet a pretty, lacy look. Gemstones can be 2-4mm in diameter.
Caged Beads This class offers a new twist on working with wire. Not only will you learn how to link gems and beads together by wrapping them you will use wire to cage, cap, and wrap around your beads to offer a more sophisticated look.
Gypsy Cuff The sky is the limit with this gypsy cuff. Since stackable bracelets are so on trend Julie created this class for you to learn several different wire techniques, from texturing wire to adding beads to create color.
Halo Bracelet In this class you will learn to make a ?cotter link? chain bracelet. The chain is great with or without beads. A single link can be used for necklaces, bracelets, or earrings. This chain making process is quick and easy.
Hoop Earrings In this class you will learn wire wrapping techniques, and wire shaping, to create your own hoop earrings, you can also embellish your earrings with beads or colored wire. Making your own wire hoops will allow you to customize your style.
Knot Just Links In this class you will learn how to make Celtic knots as well as bead caps wrapped around beads then link them into chain or other wire components. This can be made into a bracelet or a necklace.
Leather Viking Knit Viking knit works up into a beautiful, flexible, leather chain that is ideal for making all types of jewelry. We are using leather to make this knit and incorporating wire and gems.
Palisades Bracelet In this class you will learn to make a beaded chain link bracelet with gemstones. From the basic chain link, you can create many combinations to produce different patterns with or without beads.
Private Class With Julie Salazar Private classes are available for all of our classes offered. Book a one on one instruction or set up a class offered only for your group. Do you want to take a class one on one? Do you want to book the classroom for a group of friends or a party? Call the store to make arrangements for your own private class, group or party.
Sparkling Snowflakes This little gem is the perfect holiday ornament and it's quick and easy! Might as well get an early start on those holiday gifts and decorations. You will get enough to make three crystal snowflakes plus have 3 blanks to take home.
Untangled Wire wrapping is a popular technique. But have you considered braiding wire? It's a bit like braiding hair. This bracelet looks very upscale, but is inexpensive, and classic. It can be made for a man or a woman.
Viking Knit Bracelet Viking knit works up into a beautiful, flexible chain that is ideal for making all types of jewelry. We are using wire to make this knit and incorporating wire and gems for accents.
Whimsical Bracelet Enhance your bangle with this free form design to get this whimsical effect. You will make your own clasp and learn how to use the coiling gizmo tool. This is a great project for all level of wire workers and beaders wanting to work with wire.
Wire Wrapping 2.0 This class is a must if you are ready to open yourself up to a whole new world of beading. You will learn to link beads together using wire and beads of your choice. Once you have mastered this technique you?ll know how to make earrings, attach pendants and dangle beads from your jewelry.
Figure 8 Bracelet Do you love the look of beadweaving but don't want to work with a needle and thread? This is the perfect class for you. Learn how to make this simple bracelet with a little soft flex, seed beads and a round bead or gemstone.