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March 2015 Class Schedule

1519 130 Ave NE Bellevue WA 98005 425-270-1303

Store Hours:

10am-6pm Monday - Saturday 12-5pm Sunday

425-270-1303

Mon. 03/09: Byzantine Bracelet 12-3pm $25 Instructor: Kathy Edens

Learn how to create a Byzantine bracelet. Byzantine is one of the most versatile of chain maille weaves. While stand-alone, it makes a stunning bracelet, necklace, or earrings; it can also be combined with other weaves, colored rings or beads to create even more unique pieces.

Sun. 03/08: Temporal Vessel 12:30-3:30pm $30 Instructor: Julie Lockhart

Level: Advanced

Learn how to wire wrap your teardrop or oval cabo-chon into an exquisite piece of art. Th is is a beautiful piece that you will treasure forever!

Sun.03/01: Sea Urchin Earrings 12:30-3:30pm $30 Instructor: Julie Lockhart

Level: Beginner

Learn to do a stunning wirewrap around a simple bead to create unique earring art.

Sat. 03/07: Fairy Wings Resin Class 12-3pm $25 Instructor: Th eresa Erb

Th ese fun and whimsical fairy-wing earrings are perfect for the “enlightened” you! Th ese dainty earrings are made with wire and resin and can be enhanced with tiny jewels.

Sun. 03/08: Kumihimo Floral Bracelet 12-5pm $35 Instructor: Emily Leonard

Flowers are blooming along with new ideas for Kumihimo. Learn a variety of new techniques, designed by the instructor, for making beautiful beaded flowers and dragonflies on your disk. Learn how to finish your bracelet without the use of end caps for a more streamlined look. Previous Kumihimo experience is required

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Wed. 03/11: Pick-Your-Own-Ellen-Class 12-3pm $25 Instructor: Ellen Lambright

Let Ellen know what you’d like to learn and she’ll be prepared to guide you. Many of these projects are appropriate for beginners.

Right Angle Tennis

Bracelet Wavy Peyote Bracelet

Peyote Ruffl es Have

Ridges Bracelet Flat Spiral Bracelet

Open Backed Bezeling

Multi-Strand Necklace

Classy Pearl Bracelet Swarovski Puff y

Heart Pendant Beaded Beads

Bohemian Wrap

Bracelet Elegant Peyote & Crystals Bracelet

Fri. 03/13:Basic Wire Wrapping Earring/Bracelet 1-4pm $25

Instructor: Th eresa Erb

Learn basic wire wrapping techniques that will start you on a path to creating beautiful jewelry for you and your friends. You will go home with a lovely bracelet and pair of earrings.

Th urs. 03/12: Spring Time Kumihimo Bracelet 12-4pm $25 Instructor: Christine Born

Usher in the spring by creating stunning bracelets through the intricate Japanese braiding technique, Kumihimo! Choose your own array of seed beads and colorful glass drops for fash-ioning a unique piece of jewelery to call your own.

Sat. 03/14: “Zen” Bead Embroidery 10-4pm $30 Instructor: Kathie Arcide

In this class you can stretch as much as you like, challenge mistaken beliefs you have about your own Creativity, or sim-ply relax into the practice.

Learn this simple, portable, inexpensive method while craft ing a lovely, symbolic gift for yourself or a loved one.

Sat. 03/14: Electro-Etching Metal 10:30-4:30pm Class: $40 Kit Fee: $25

Instructor: Christine Born

Learn to etch patterns into 22g copper sheet metal using eco-friendly electro-etching techniques—no harsh chemicals. Once circles are punched out, paint patinas can be used to color your design, and crystals can be added to make it pop! Materials will be available for purchase at the store or you may bring your own. Stamp designs will be available for your use.

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1519 130 Ave NE Bellevue WA 98005

Mon. 03/16: Queen’s Lace Bracelet 12-3pm $30 Instructor: Kathy Edens

Th is box chainmaille is great fun to create and will make a beautiful presence on anyone’s wrist.

Sun. 03/15: Key To My Heart Necklace 12-3pm $30

Instructor: Th eresa Erb

Create this fun heart-shaped pendant using basic wire-wrapping techniques, crystals, chain and a key charm.

Wed. 03/18: Celtic Chain Maille Bracelet 12-3pm $25 Instructor: Kathy Edens

In this class you will learn the Celtic chain maille weave and create a stunning bracelet. Th e Celtic weave can be made in multiple sizes and also used as a lovely chain for a necklace.

Sun. 03/15: Interlock Bail Pendant 12:30-3:30pm $35 Instructor: Julie Lockhart

Level: Intermediate/ Advanced

Learn to make this exquisite interlocking bail pendant. Featured in the special Spring edition of Wirework Magazine. This wire woven technique allows you to create a work of wearable art that you will treasure forever!

Fri. 03/20: Fusing Fine Silver 10-4pm $40 Instructor: Sandy Cahill Johnson

Using a torch to fuse fi ne silver wire you will form links and chain into a beautiful bracelet. You will also create your own clasp and leave with a fi ne silver link bracelet. Fine Silver wire will be available for purchase at the store or you may bring your own. Two gauges of Fine Silver are needed, Either 2 ft . 12 g Fine Silver and 2 ft .

14 g Fine Silver or 2 ft . of 14 g and 2 ft . of 16 g Fine Silver. Plus 4“ 16 g Fine Silver for the clasp. Approx materials cost $60-$80.

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Th urs. 03/26 : Kumihimo Floral Bracelet 12-5pm $35 Instructor: Emily Leonard

Flowers are blooming along with new ideas for Kumihimo. Learn a variety of new techniques, designed by the instructor, for making beautiful beaded flowers and dragonflies on your disk. Learn how to finish your bracelet without the use of end caps for a more streamlined look. Previous Kumihimo experience is required

Sun. 03/22: Twisted Sisters Bracelet 12-5pm $40 Instructor: Sandy Cahill Johnson

In this class, you will use a torch to heat and twist heavy gauge wire into patterns, then form on a bracelet mandrel. Sanding, polishing and patina techniques will be covered and you will leave with a beautiful, fi nished cuff bracelet. All tools needed will be provided by the instructor. Materials will be available for purchase or you may bring your own: 10, 12 or 14 g square copper or square sterling silver wire. Approximate materials cost: copper $5.00, sterling silver $40.00.

Bring lunch for yourself.

Sat. 03/21: Tube Setting 10-6pm $55 Instructor: Sandy Cahill Johnson

Pre-requisite Soldering 1 and Soldering 2

Learn to use tubing to create a bezel setting for a small faceted gemstone. You may bring your own stones if you’d like (2-6mm). If you bring your own stones, you will also need heavy walled sterling silver tubing about 5mm larger in outside diameter than the diameter of your stone and a tube setting bur to match the diameter of your stone. Alternaetly, the instructor will have an array of synthetic stones and silver tubing to sized to match the stones if you wish to purchase from her at nominal cost. All tools needed will be provided during class. Bring lunch for yourself.

Fri. 03/20: Heavy Gauge Wrapped Bracelet 11-3pm $35 Instructor: Sharon Poch

Level: Intermediate

Learn to wire wrap a beautiful bracelet using diff erent techniques with heavy gauge wire. Th ese techniques include making double-loop eye wraps, spiral wrapped caps & hand made clasps.

Sun. 03/22: Pagoda Earrings 12:30-3:30pm $30 Instructor: Julie Lockhart

Level- Beginner

Learn to wire-wrap fun, delightful earrings using small gauge wire and beads. Th is techinque can lead you into making wonderful jewelry art in all sorts of styles.

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1519 130 Ave NE Bellevue WA 98005 425-270-1303 Bird Tail Beads

***10% discount will be given on the day of class for class supplies. Th is discount does not apply to consignment pieces, gift cards or classes.

Out of respect for classmates, please do not wear any fragrances when attending class.

Classes will only be held if there are 2 or more people attending. “Do the Buddy System”: When signing up for a class, encourage a buddy to take it with you to make sure the class is not cancelled and you will be able to enjoy the techniques you wanted to learn.

Class Cancellation Policy: If you will not be able to attend a class, then a 3 day notice (not counting day of class) must be given for a full refund or to reschedule your class.

Seed Beaders (Beginners) $25- $35 class fee

Constance Mitro-Johnson is available to teach beginners all of the basic stitches such as peyote, herringbone (Ndebele), right angle weave, brick, etc. You will make samplers of the stitches you would like to learn.

Sat. 03/28: Heavy Gauge Wrapped Bracelet 11-3pm $35 Instructor: Sharon Poch

Level: Intermediate

Learn to wire wrap a beautiful bracelet using diff erent techniques with heavy gauge wire. Th ese techniques include making double-loop eye wraps, spiral wrapped caps & hand made clasps.

“O” Pendant Peyote Ruffl es Have

Ridges Bracelet Flat Spiral Bracelet Classy Pearl Bracelet Multi-Strand Necklace Swarovski Puff yHeart Pendant

Sun. 03/29: Wire Wrapped Cross 12:30-3:30pm $30 Instructor: Julie Lockhart

Create this beautiful wire wrapped cross with 20 gauge and 26 gauge wire. It is an inspirational piece of art that will be handed down as an heirloom

Fri. 03/27: Pick-Your-Own-Ellen-Class 12-3pm $25 Instructor: Ellen Lambright

Let Ellen know what you’d like to learn and she’ll be prepared to guide you. Many of these projects are appropriate for beginners.

Right Angle Tennis

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