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3-D Loom-beaded Bracelets
Date: Friday, Aug 17 - Sunday, Aug 19, 2018
Subject: Beads
Instructor: Donna Wiggins
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Bead looming isn't what you remember from childhood. Instead of a flat, loom-beaded bracelet, make something that moves and speaks to your inner artist by learning a variety of new skills, such as pulled warp, continuous warp, double warp, fringing, split bands, and appliqué beading. After experimenting with techniques, choose one of three designs to create your final project. All levels welcome, but good eyesight or magnification is required.

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Tuition: $354.00
Deposit: A deposit of $100.00 will be due upon checkout to hold your seat in this class.

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