Tiny Herringbone Vessel
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Herringbone Stitch Vessels

$120.00

Instructor: River Rose
Date: Friday, November 3, 2017
Time: 9am – 5pm with a 1-hr lunch
Classroom: 211
Cost of Required Kit: $15 for tiny vessel and $20 for Small Urn

This class will be a unique opportunity for herringbone enthusiasts of all levels to participate.
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Tiny Herringbone VesselThis class will be a unique opportunity for herringbone enthusiasts of all levels to participate.

First time students will do the Tiny Vessel learning to start from a ladder, the #1 increase, the #1 decrease, and circular peyote stitch.

Returning students and/or very experienced beading students will do a Small Urn Vessel which also includes the #2 increase and the #2 decrease.

Instructor: River Rose
Date: Friday, November 3, 2017
Time: 9am – 5pm with a 1-hr lunch
Classroom: 211
Cost of Required Kit: $15 for tiny vessel and $20 for Small Urn

Skill Level: All Levels   First time students will need to have some experience with needle and thread beading.  Returning/advanced students will need to have taken a class with me or have extensive experience with needle and thread beading.

Technique Learned: N’debelle/Herringbone

Kit Includes:

  • cylinder beads
  • drop beads
  • written instruction

Supply list for students to bring:

  • bead mat/work surface
  • #10 beading needles
  • 6# Fireline
  • scissors
  • reading glasses and task lamp with extension cord if needed

About River Rose:
River RoseI began learning to bead in the fall of ’92.  I have always been attracted to small detailed hand work, but when I found beads, something magical happened.  I could not get enough and by ’95, I was teaching my own early designs in brick stitch and peyote stitch.  Between ’97 and 2004, several of my pieces were published (see last year’s app for dates).  And I self published a beading newsletter in ’98 and ’99.  I have worked with and taught most of the major needle and thread techniques of beading and my current passion is working with herringbone stitch.  It is the most versatile stitch for sculpting 3D pieces.