2020 Workshops and Events
With the current issues over the virus outbreak, understandably some classes have to be cancelled or postponed. I am now offering Zoom classes through venues where we would normally meet in person.
My calendar of workshops, more listings will be added as the year progresses. You’re welcome to join us and sign up for some beading fun in good company.
If you would like to invite me to teach for your group, I am happy to offer zoom classes. I also have some shorter 2 hour classes available for groups. Please feel welcome to email me to start the booking process.
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Gardenalia A day of beading Gardenalia with the Creative Castle girls. Gardenalia is a combination of clear square cabochons, glittering Chaton and sparkly crystals making it a delight to bead. As always the elements can be configured in various ways to create different pendant styles and matching earrings. To book your place please visit the venue website here.Find out more »
Constance A third date for Constance with the APerlen girls and a second date for Magina Periapt. Constance is a pendant full of detail, beaded Ivy leaves twine around three bezelled Rivoli, with lots of additional sparkle and crystals added to the mix. To book your place please visit the venue website here. Magian Periapt is a crystal studded pendant, intriguingly constructed it is a statement piece that is light and easy to wear. To book your place please visit…Find out more »
The Beadworkers Biennial event is a must for beaders here in the uk. Four days of classes and fun. I'll be teaching three classes all created exclusively for this event. Arabesque: A set of fascinating to create beaded elements that con be combined in different variations. A centre pendant and smaller elements are worked in seed beads, crystal mesh and chatons. Mullion: Inspired by medieval rose windows, Mullion is a bracelet of components with a fun new bezel technique and…Find out more »
A second date for the Albion stitch 'Colours of Love' masterclass. This class is a dive into constructing geometry with Albion stitch, using the basic shapes of squares, triangles, pentagons and hexagons as the starting points. We’ll explore how to use the shapes to create beaded adornment, from flat bands to three dimensions shapes and how to combine them. The masterclass also includes sections on colour and colour inspiration for beaders, using my collection of vintage Granny Square blankets for…Find out more »