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May 16th, 11am to 5pm
Class and kit sold separately.
You can also bring your own supplies.
If you want to buy the kit to be shipped to you instead of attending the class, you will still need to pay for the class. We will ship the kit on the weekend that the class takes place.
Stitch a stunning necklace inspired by ornamental scrollwork! The scroll element is a decorative motif featuring curves, circles, and spirals. Dating back to at least the Bronze Age, this ubiquitous artistic style is common in architecture, ceramics, mosaics, and filigrees from Greek and Roman architecture to Chinese pottery. Scroll elements commonly represent plant forms such as spiraling vines and are often paired with floral elements.
In this piece, an intricate floral focal features a sparkly crystal surrounded by several layers of lacy seed bead netting. Floral elements repeat throughout the necklace, and are connected with self-supporting scroll elements stitched with cubic right-angle weave (CRAW). An integrated custom clasp completes this beautiful necklace. This class is appropriate for students who already know CRAW and peyote stitch and who are ready to take these techniques to the next level.
Prerequisites: Students should be proficient in CRAW and the peyote stitch, and should be comfortable working with size 15° seed beads.
Skill level: Intermediate