Ahead of the Curve Peyote Bracelet

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As seen in Step by Step Beads in 2009, this bracelet shows off the surprising nature of basic even-count  peyote when using graduated bead sizes.  Prior experience with Peyote stitch highly recommended. Though the stitch is  simple, the pattern can be confusing and consistent attention to tension is required. 
Instructor:   Lynette Fisk has had designs published in Step by Step Beads, Beadwork and Polymer Café Magazines.  Peyote
                     is her favorite stitch because it is really simple yet very versatile
Level: Experienced Beginner/Intermediate
Class Fee:   $30      Kit Fee:  $15 (Kit is required)
Date:  Saturday, April 30, 2011
Time:  2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Length: 3  Hours
Kit Includes:  Kit includes seed beads in graduated sizes - Enough beads to make 2 bracelets.
                    Copy of the published pattern 4 yards of Fireline.  Choose from Olivine or Peacock color combos.
                     Bracelet features beaded self-toggle.  Students desiring a magnet clasp or metal toggle should bring one.
Students will also need to bring:   #12-15 beading needle, Beading mat, light & magnification if needed,
                                                  flush cutter or scissors, beading thread if you have a preference other
                                                  than Fireline
Mail-in Registration Closes:  April 22, 2011.  Students May Register on line until April 29, 2011.
                                                                    Students may sign in day of class if seats are still available.
Questions?  Contact the Instructor:
Lynette Fisk
Email:  bylynette@gmail.com
Instructors Website:  www.bylynette.etsy.com
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 Updated 3-07-2011