Midnight Foliage

Midnight Foliage

$60.00

Instructor: Deborah Staehle
Date: Friday, November 3, 2017
Time: 6pm – 10pm
Classroom: 210
Cost of Required Kit: $25

In Midnight Foliage we'll use a variety of stitches to create this graceful lariat.  A peyote variation creates the leaves, and the chain is stitched using a right angle weave and netting combination. Swarovski pearls and crystals tie it all together into an elegant piece of jewelry.
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Midnight FoliageIn Midnight Foliage we’ll use a variety of stitches to create this graceful lariat.

A peyote variation creates the leaves, and the chain is stitched using a right angle weave and netting combination.

Swarovski pearls and crystals tie it all together into an elegant piece of jewelry.

Instructor: Deborah Staehle
Date: Friday, November 3, 2017
Time: 6pm – 10pm
Classroom: 210
Cost of Required Kit: $25

Skill Level: Beginner/Intermediate   The ability to thread a needle is needed.

Technique Learned: Bead Weaving, Multiple Bead Stitches

Kit Includes:

  • size 15/0 and 11/0 Japanese seed beads
  • Delicas
  • Swarovski pearls and crystals

Additional kits in a variety of palettes will be available for purchase.

Supply list for students to bring:

  • bead mat/work surface
  • size 11 and 12 beading needles
  • 4lb & 6lb Fireline/Wildfire
  • scissors
  • task lamp with extension cord, if needed

About Deborah Staehle:
Seed beads are her life, and stitching them together is her passion. 55 years young. 3 kids, all in their 30’s, 2 grandsons and an addiction to beadwork. Deborah began beading 19 years ago while living on Oahu and taking every class and workshop offered through the Bead Society of Hawaii. She moved to Stockton, CA in 2000, and soon after began working at the local bead stores there.

Since then, she’s networked with other bead stores, like the Garden of Beadin’, and taught the basics to many students, sharing her unique style and passion for color arrangements. Her students have also gotten the “bug” and some have become great bead artists, and continue to share the passion for beading with others.