Wheat Berry Bracelet

                                                                                                                               
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 Wheat Berry Bracelet
  
The Wheat Berry bracelet is worked in Ndebele stitch. Ndebele stitch is also known as
herringbone stitch because of the way the beads set up like >>> for a herringbone effect. Ndebele is believed
to be named after the African tribe from whom it originated. The bracelet is basically worked in flat Ndebele
with a combination of seed bead sizes, fringe beads and twin beads. The designer has changed some aspects
of the traditional Ndebele thread path to create the texture of the bracelet. The bracelet is worked lengthwise
and is finished with a four attachment point clasp.
 
Instructor: Adele Kimpell
Ms. Kimpell has been involved in creative endeavors, from knitting to quilting to tatting to macramé, since the age of 13. Introducedto off-loom bead weaving in 1994 she immediately became intrigued with the endless possibilities offered by the vast variety of bead colors, shapes, sizes, and types and has since found her niche in designing with seed beads and off-loom bead weaving. Learn More about Adele Kimpell
Level:  Beginner
 
Class Fee: $26     Kit Fee: $40
 
Date: Saturday May 4 , 2013  
Time:   2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Length: 3 Hours
Kit Includes:
  • 15 grams Twin Beads
  • 10 grams Size 8° Japanese seed beads
  • 10 grams Size 11° Japanese seed beads
  • 5 grams 2.8 mm Japanese fringe beads
  • Size 10 beading needle
  • Fireline 6 lb. test strength
  • Microcrystalline Wax
  • Clasp with 4 attachment points
                Students may provide their own supplies.
 
Additional Supplies needed: Scissors, personal task lamp and/or magnification, if desired.
                                               
Mail-in Registration Closes: April 25, 2012. Students May Register on line until May 2, 2012.
Students may register day of class if seats are still available.
 
Class Minimum: 1           Class Maximum: 12
Questions? Contact the instructor:
Name: Adele Kimpell
Phone: (Cell) 612-730-5821
 
                                                                       
                                                                          
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updated 4-26-2013
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