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“Rag Rug Peyote Bracelet”
March 13, 2021 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
“Rag Rug Peyote Bracelet”
This is called “rag rug peyote” because when the bracelet is finished it looks an awful lot like a rag rug, doesn’t it? It’s a fun, very free-form technique where you’ll use a variety of beads in various counts to create this look.
We have prepared the tutorial for this piece and will distribute a copy on the day of class
Technique: Peyote with varying beads
Difficulty Level: Intermediate 1
If you’ve taken a few beginner classes, are starting to get comfortable with the language of beading and feel ready for the next step, this is the perfect class for you. This project will be just a little more complex than the beginner pieces, but still great for new beaders.
Please note that these prices do not include materials. Material costs vary.
$15 Single class price
$10 Multi-class package price
Multi-class packages are $80 for 8 classes. Packages are good for a 6-month period, starting from the date of first use. Packages can be used on most of the classes offered, however specialty and guest instructor classes regularly priced higher than $15 do not qualify.
$0 Your first class is free!
This class qualifies for our promotion, so if this is your first time joining us in the beading room, be sure to let us know when you register and we’ll waive the fee.
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.)
Materials & Supplies Needed (approximate)
You will use an assortment of bead types for this project — it’s very freeform. We used the following types and found that they worked well, but you are welcome to be creative and try others.
- Size 15/0, 11/0 and 8/0 round seed beads
- Size 11/0 triangle and/or hex beads (size 8 triangles and hexes can be used but are a little bulky to fit as well as the others)
- Size 4mm cubes (size 3mm cubes do not work)
- Multi-strand clasp in a width sized for your particular bracelet
You’ll also need fireline and a beading needle. An awl & thread burner not required, but are very helpful!
We kindly ask that you use beads purchased at our store when in our beading room.