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Saturday, March 28, 2015

Fringe hanging ON the cuff base!

I love fringe. I love how it moves and makes you feel, while feeling it sway around the wrist. But, does the fringe always need to lay 'below' the cuff? Or, as I created here, in this next class cuff design, the fringe became part of the cuff pattern, laying on top!

On April 11th, I will be teaching these designs, as a choice each student can make, at Bead Soup, in Savage Maryland. I'm excited for this class. I am for all, of these classes :D

Saturday, March 14, 2015

Fringing a Cuff ''On Top"!

    My next class, at Bead Soup, in Savage Maryland! This is just one version, with others to be shared soon. My mode is to work the fringe 'on' the cuff, as opposed to 'hanging off' the cuff. I can't wait to share the other versions! The class is on April 11th. It's a one day one class and
     I ADORE spending the day with everyone and their looms! 
    Call the store, 240-456-4568, for reservations.

Monday, February 9, 2015

Attaching a Box Clasp, to a Bead Loom Woven Cuff!

We are getting together, at Bead Soup, in Savage Maryland, Saturday Feb 21st & 28th, for a " Bead Quilting Bee"! Here, we will focus on attaching a 'box clap', to a Bead Loom Woven Cuff. The Simplicity of design will take a back seat, to t...he detail methods being offered. This class will allow you to learn how to "finish any bead loom woven cuff", in many style clasps, size and shape, or even
multiple clasps, to accommodate any width cuff.

I look forward to this class because it opens the doors, so the students can sign up, for my many scheduled "One Day Classes". The "One Day" venues allow me to offer new techniques and not spend the time discussing how to finish, with a clasp.

If you are interested in joining in, call Bead Soup 240-456-4568 for availability. If this class is sold out, please inquire about my future confirmed teaching dates.

Monday, February 2, 2015

I'm Creating More Bead Loom Patterns, Than Ever!

So many new things to share, but first, I have reopened my Etsy Store!

I've decided to offer a limited quantity, of older and new patterns. The reason they will be limited, is to keep the shop fresh, with new patterns and keep me moving to make more :D 

You may also look over the sold patterns, to see what other Bead Loom Cuff Patterns I have created!

"Playful Break Through" Bead Loom Cuff Pattern

"Maddest About Color" Bead Loom Cuff Pattern
This cuff was loom woven by Carol Ashworth.
She created the cool edgings, you see on this cuff.

"Floridian Solice" Bead Loom Cuff Pattern

I'm also very excited to share a new cuff, which is logged for publication. More on that soon!

My last class, held at Bead Soup, in Savage Maryland, offered the following three pattern selections! They seem very fitting, for the recent weather and 
Punxsutawney Phil's prediction today...."Six more weeks of Winter". 

"Friends to the Betta End" Bead Loom Cuff

"Joyous Snowman" Bead Loom Cuff

"Margaret's Winter Wonderland" Bead Loom Cuff

My next class will be held on February 21 & 28, 2015, 11-3:00 each day.
The focus, of this class, will be attaching a box clasp, to a bead loom woven cuff.
Call Bead Soup, in Savage Maryland, for availability. 

Friday, November 21, 2014

A Designer Loom, to fit your Bead Loom Weaving Style!

I have been perfecting a loom design, since I have been teaching, or even before. 
Now, I have moved up a notch to also offer an original designer loom finish, too! 
Here are a few, of the latest looms, recently created, with many other
colors and patterns to choose. 

I'm sure you will be seeing these, being used, in some of my future classes!

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

"Giving Clear Thanks" this Gorgeous Fall Season!

Such a gorgeous time of year and my favorite. In celebration, of the gorgeous colors around us, I created a new cuff . This cuff design includes the pure aspects of
The Fall Season. 

The picture below shows why I titled this new cuff pattern "Giving Clear Thanks". 
You can see how the background is woven with a transparent line of Delicas. 
This allows the opaque design to show more dimensional.

Wednesday, October 1, 2014