Please complete the form below if you are interested in registering for any of our sessions.
Once your form is received we will check to make sure space is still available in the session(s) you requested. If the session has filled, we will reach out to you to discuss options.
If there is space available and you have chosen to purchase a single class or new multi-class card, we will invoice you accordingly. Once the invoice is paid, your registration will be finalized and seat will be held. If you are using a multi-class card that has already been purchased, or if you are requesting a seat in a free session, then you are all set and don’t need to do anything further.
Cancellation Policy: Cancellations must be submitted a minimum of 2 business days prior to the event in order to receive credit that can be used towards another class or merchandise. This policy also applies to registrants using a pre-paid multi-class package to avoid having the class deducted from your total. (Please note that due to the limited staffing we have at this time, we will not be able to do reminder calls before all classes, so be sure to put your dates on your calendar.)
Material Lists: All material lists are now posted on the event pages instead of in your email. We kindly ask that you use beads from our store in our beading room.
Reminder Calls: Please note that due to the limited staffing we have at this time, we will not be able to do reminder calls before all classes, so be sure to put your dates on your calendar and take note of our cancellation policy!
Health and Safety Policies
Face coverings that cover your entire mouth and nose will be required at all times in the beading room. If you need to take a break from the mask you are welcome to step outside the shop to do so. No more than 6 people will be allowed into a session to give everyone plenty of space. Shared mats and other general supplies are not out on our tables at this time, so please be sure to bring those items from home. Lastly, our instructors will attempt to keep their distance and use verbal instructions and the white boards as much as possible while teaching, however there may be times that they have to get closer to you to see or handle your work.