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Friday, January 18, 2013

Classes being held at "Bead Soup"
in Savage Mills Maryland

Here is the formal announcement! I'll be teaching 'basic' looming skills at "Bead Soup", in Savage Mills Maryland. This is the cuff we will create together, "The Americana Sampler".


It is a two part class. Part One: Saturday Feb 9th, 11-3:00, Discussing the warp and weft thread options. Learning how to warp your looms and where to begin the first row of beading. I will also have some other tips and tricks to share! You will have homework, as I am looking for others to return to the second class, ready to learn my personal ©Warp Management Method.


Part Two: Saturday Feb 16th, 11-3:00, will be surrounded around taking the cuff off the loom and attaching the clasp. I'll also have time to offer other patterns and ideas for you to complete some cuffs on your own.


Please visit "Bead Soup's" website for details and learn how you can sign up! Hope to meet you there.

3 comments:

  1. Can you cover taking the finished cuff off the loom in your blog?
    This would be so great for those of us who cannot attend your classes.

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    1. Hi Susan. I response is not a popular one, but there are many who paid to travel and take my classes, that offering any free instruction would not be respecting them. I do know there is a selection of warp management techniques, available on the Web and I have to suggest this to you.

      My classrs are very detailed. I include thread info, tension control, how a weft reacts to the waros, so ooo much, that my classrs can actually be called Master Bead Loom Classes. Many aproach my classes with doubt, but once they complete part two, they too would stand up to agree, about how worth while it was. Maybe my travels will bring me closer to your area. Thanks for the question and giving me a chance to explain publically.

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    2. Hi Susan. I response is not a popular one, but there are many who paid to travel and take my classes, that offering any free instruction would not be respecting them. I do know there is a selection of warp management techniques, available on the Web and I have to suggest this to you.

      My classrs are very detailed. I include thread info, tension control, how a weft reacts to the waros, so ooo much, that my classrs can actually be called Master Bead Loom Classes. Many aproach my classes with doubt, but once they complete part two, they too would stand up to agree, about how worth while it was. Maybe my travels will bring me closer to your area. Thanks for the question and giving me a chance to explain publically.

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