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Wednesday, June 15, 2022

Surprise!! More Beading.

 In the summer of 2013, I took a class at the Rocky Mountain Region Seminar in Grand Junction, Colorado. The class was called Three for One because we got three projects in one class - two beaded beads and a necklace. In class we created two beads as practice for making the necklace. The top photo shows the beads I made (in 2013).  


The necklace project was in my bead project box I am trying to whittle down.


I guess my practice 9 years ago paid off because I did ok with these beads!!

The top one has a coffee stirrer in it to help keep the holes positioned correctly for stringing. The stirrer was too large for my smaller beads, so I just used a twist tie.



Here is my final result! I am very pleased with it. Now I just need to find an outfit to go with it!!


Also in my bead project box was this cute little pin kit.

That is all for now, next time I may report on some stitching!!! I have a project on a deadline and should get back to it.

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