Tuesday, October 13, 2009

The Fun Continues this Week

The next couple of weeks are just as jam packed with classes as last week. Wednesday October 14th we have Wire Bead Crochet Basics with Stephanie Dixon from 6:30 to 9:30pm.

Friday October 16th Angela Peace returns for the first of a series of Chinese Knotting classes, Introduction to Chinese Knotting from 3 to 6pm.

Saturday October 17th is Charmed I'm Sure with Heather Bell-Denison from 10-5pm. This is an introductory level course.

Sunday October 18th Catherine Winter is here with How to Price your Jewelry-Starting a Microbusiness from 1 to 4:15pm.

Monday October 19th Robert Burton's Wire Working and Wrapping 101 class begins. This is a beginner class and runs for 3 weeks from 6 to 9pm each week.

October 22nd and 23rd Michael David Sturlin will be here teaching his beautiful Hand Crochet Chain from 10 to 6pm each day.

October 24th and 25th will Michael's second class at Beadfx, Quick Clasps and Findings. This class will run from 10 to 6pm each day as well.

Tuesday October 27th Dwyn Tomlinson is offering a 4 hour Introduction to Lampworking Class from 4 to 8pm.

Wednesday October 28th Stephanie Dixon is here for her Turquoise Lustre Blooms class from 6:30 to 9:30pm.

Saturday October 31st Angela is offering her Introduction to Chinese Knotting class again from 10 to 1pm.

We have a new class on Saturday October 31st with Kathleen Kroeger from 2 to 4pm, Fusing for Fun. This is an introductory level class, students will have time to make 2 pendants or 1 pendant and earrings. This is not a comprehensive introduction to fusing, but rather a fun class designed to make a few pieces.

Thursday is Happy Hour Torching from 5 to 9pm, buy one hour get one free!!

This Saturday October 17th we will be attending the Fleece Festival in Woodstock. The show runs from 8:30 to 6:00pm. Admission is $6.00 for those 16 and over, free for 15 and under.
Information for the show can be found on their website at www.fleecefestival.com. Hope to see many of you there!

Happy Beading

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