Mary Lynne has sent assembly and edging instructions to those who participated in the workshop. You may contact Mary Lynne by email using this link Mary Lynne .
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Always check your local bead shop first. Here are some resources for things NOT carried in the bead stores and for some of the hard to find items – in no particular order.
Lacy’s Stiff Stuff, Nymo, Fireline, cabochons, seed and cylinder beads:
Fire Mountain Gems and Beads, 1-800-355-2137: www.firemountaingems.com
Lacy’s Stiff Stuff, Ultrasuede, threads, Swarovski lochrosen, crystals and glass pearls, brass bracelet blanks: Beyond Beadery, www.beyondbeadery.com
Glovers needles, pearls, vintage nailheads and sequins, Czech charlottes:
A Grain of Sand: www.agrainofsand.com
Fabritek Permanent Fabric Glue, Permanent double-sided tape:
Michael’s, JoAnn Fabrics, Hobby Lobby
Rit Liquid Dye, E6000 glue:
Michael’s, WalMart, JoAnn Fabrics, Hobby Lobby
Avery Durable Write-on Plastic Dividers #16170 – available at most office supply stores
I have never found these anywhere except through Rio Grande which is a wholesale jewelry making source. I generally keep some on hand so if you want to buy any, you can contact me.
Bead Play with Fringe
by Jamie Cloud Eakin