Whirling Wire Bead Necklace

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 Whirling Wire Beads Necklace

Make these wonderful twisted wire beads into an organic necklace. Students will learn how to twist wire.  Then turn the twisted wire into wonderful beads of varying sizes. Students will also learn to make & cut large jump rings.   Students will also learn to make their own closures.  Finally students will  learn how to patina their wire beads.

 


Instructor Bio: Pat Kuehn
Pat has been making chain mail and working with wire for several years.  Pat is an avid beader and also enjoys working in mixed media and polymer clay. She is an active member of the Kansas City Bead Society where she is a particpant in the Programs committee. Pat has taught at the Bead Boutique north of the River and for the Bead Society. Pat has recently been a contributor to Beadwork Magazine.
 
 
Level:  All levels
 
Class Fee: $26    Kit Fee:  $30
 
Kit Includes:
  • Enough prepared wire to make this necklace
  • Wire to make a lovely closure
  • Wire for jump rings
  • Leather cords                                  
Additional Supplies needed: Chain nose pliers, round nose pliers and wire cutters.  Instructor will have
                                                 some pliers available. 
         
Date: Sunday May 3 , 2014
Time:   10:30 am - 1:30 pm
Length: 3 Hours
Class Maximum:  10
 
Mail-in Registration Closes:  April 25, 2014  5:00 pm
On-line Registration Closes: May 2, 2014  5:00 pm
                                                 Students may register day of class if seats are still available.

Questions? Contact the instructor: Pat Kuehn
Website: redheadjewels.com
Email:   redheaddesigns60@gmail.com                  
 
 
                           
       
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                                                                                                         updated 5-1-2014

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