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Parquet Band

Designed by Deb Roberti. This sleek checkerboard design is created with a combination of full tila, half tila and seed beads.

Endless Diamonds Bangle

This bracelet is beautiful on the inside as well as the outside! A peyote base of diamonds supports a continuous pattern of crystal and pearl clusters. Wear just one, or several stacked. Not crazy about bangles? It's OK, we can help you adjust the pattern to use a clasp instead. Designed by Regina Payne.

Chenille Rope Necklace

Create this simple and elegant rope while learning the chenille stitch, which combines elements of tubular herringbone and netting.

Scalloped Brick Stitch Bracelet

This piece has a lot of texture and personality! You'll be creating segments of brick stitch using different size beads, including the eye-catching large bugles, then stringing them together with an assortment of beads on bunches of strands. Pattern by Caravan Beads.

South Beach Bracelet

The scallop shapes in this bracelet are reminiscent of the mid-century modern architecture found in the South Beach area. In this class you'll be bezeling a rivoli, then building the scallop shapes from flat herringbone with increases. Designed by Laura.

Berry Band

This wide and stylish cuff is another wonderful creation from Deb Roberti. It is the perfect piece for new beaders that would like to learn to work with 2-hole beads.

Blue Lagoon Necklace

This necklace incorporates two different sizes of rivolis, then bezels them with superduos, seed beads and a netting technique that makes it faster and easier than traditional peyote bezeling. Designed by Laura Cole.

Leather Wrap Bracelet

In this class you'll learn how to make this popular bohemian style bracelet using thin leather and Czech glass beads. Once you've mastered the cross-weave technique, there is no end to the styles you can create!

Aruba Bracelet

This bracelet incorporates several techniques to make a piece reminiscent of a fine jewelry piece seen in a shop on the island of Aruba. Designed by Laura.

Laura’s Beads is closed on Sunday & Monday. All our sessionsĀ are held in person at our shop, we do not offer virtual classes.