Beaded Starfish
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Beaded Starfish

$60.00

Instructor: Marilyn Peters
Date: Friday, November 3, 2017
Time: 6pm – 10pm
Classroom: 206
Cost of Required Kit: $25

Learn to create a beaded starfish in a myriad of colors offered.  These can be put on a cord or chain, hung from your rearview mirror, or used as a paperweight.  Be careful tho, these little guys are VERY infectious and all of your friends will want at least one…..
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Beaded StarfishLearn to create a beaded starfish in a myriad of colors offered.  These can be put on a cord or chain, hung from your rearview mirror, or used as a paperweight.  Be careful tho, these little guys are VERY infectious and all of your friends will want at least one…..

Instructor: Marilyn Peters
Date: Friday, November 3, 2017
Time: 6pm – 10pm
Classroom: 206
Cost of Required Kit: $25

Skill Level: All Levels   The ability to thread a needle is needed.  Knowledge of peyote stitch will help, but you can learn this technique in class.

Technique Learned: Peyote Stitch

Kit Includes:

  • LOTS OF COLORS of seed beads for you to choose 3-4 from
  • small and medium crystals
  • tiny tims
  • thread
  • needles
  • stuffing
  • multi-page color tutorial

Supply list for students to bring:

  • bead dish
  • bead mat/work surface
  • beeswax or thread heaven
  • task lamp with extension cord
  • reading glasses if needed

About Marilyn Peters:
Marilyn pPters
I have been beading for over 20 years in the SF Bay area and teaching for over 12 years. I have been published in Deb Moffitt-Hall’s on-line bead magazine and have also been featured in Beading with World Beads by Lark Books. I love to teach beading ~ both the basics as well as my own tutorials, but I also love to play with polymer clay and Kumihimo. The best part is when my students “get it” on a new technique. I love to spread the addiction.

I love to bead, but especially I love to teach beading and how to show the way colors work together. Originally from Eugene, Oregon, I have been in the SF Bay area since the early 1970’s. Now, happily divorced and retired, I am spending as much time as possible beading, teaching, and figuring out new techniques to teach to other beaders. My home and car are littered with beads, beading materials, books, and magazines which I share with my dog who is not allowed up on the bed while mom has the beads out. Surprisingly, most of my friends are into beads, and bead related activities.