Teaching in Tucson

Teaching in Tucson

I am so excited to announce that I am partnering with Nunn Design and teaching some beadweaving classes in Tucson, AZ in 2017 at the To Bead True Blue Bead Show. I can't wait to teach these beaded creations next year and I hope you wil join me!

Class: Imperial Pearl Earrings
Time: January 30th, 2017 Monday 1:00 – 2:15 pm
Instructor: Marla Salezze
Technique: Peyote and Wirework

imperial pearls earrings

Class Fee – includes supplies: $60.00
Duration of Class: 1.25 hour
Prerequisite: None
Skill Level: Beginner
Class Description: Peyote stitch 24k gold and sterling silver metal seed beads around gold plated channel beads and accent them with Swarovski pearls to create this designer inspired earring set.
What Students Will Learn: Students will learn how to beadweave around a channel bead using the peyote stitch and how to assemble earrings using basic wirework techniques.
Additional Supplies Needed: Scissors, needle nose pliers, round nose pliers, wire cutters, thread zapper, task lamp, bead mat
Project Completed in Class: Project will most likely be completed in class.
Maximum Students: 16

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Class: Good Vibrations Bracelet
Time: January 30th, 2017 Monday 2:30-3:45 pm
Instructor: Marla Salezze
Technique: Netting Stitch and Assembly



Class Fee – includes supplies: $76.00
Duration of Class: 1.25 hour
Prerequisite: None
Skill Level: Beginner
Class Description: Beadweave a charm out of gemstone beads, Swarovski crystals and metal seed beads and adorn an adjustable bangle with the handmade charm and a few metal charms to make a bracelet filled with good vibrations. A variety of gemstone beads and charms with varying meanings and special intentions will be available for each student to choose from.
What Students Will Learn: Students will learn how to make a beaded charm using the netting stitch and assemble a bracelet with jump rings and metal charms.
Additional Supplies Needed: Scissors, needle nose pliers, round nose pliers, wire cutters, thread zapper, task lamp, bead mat
Project Completed in Class: Project will most likely be completed in class.
Maximum Students: 16

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Class: Stone Heart Pendant
Time: January 31, 2017 Tuesday 1:00 – 2:15 pm
Instructor: Marla Salezze
Technique: Peyote, wirework and assembly



Class Fee – includes supplies: $89.00
Duration of Class: 1.25 hour
Prerequisite: None
Skill Level: Beginner
Class Description: Create this pendant using stones, peyote stitched beads and a rustic heart pendant, all hanging from deerskin lace that can be adjusted to wear long or short.
What Students Will Learn: Students will learn how to beadweave around a channel bead using the peyote stitch and how to assemble the pendant using basic wirework techniques.
Additional Supplies Needed: Tape measure, scissors, two needle nose pliers, round nose pliers, wire cutters, thread zapper, task lamp, bead mat
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Project Completed in Class: Project will most likely be completed in class.
Maximum Students: 16

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Class: Doodle Cuff
Time: January 31, 2017 Tuesday 2:30-3:45 pm
Instructor: Marla Salezze
Technique: Bead embroidery and cold connections



Class Fee – includes supplies: $72.00
Duration of Class: 1.25 hour
Prerequisite: None
Skill Level: Beginner
Class Description: Turn the popular style of doodling—known as Zentangle ®—into a bead-embroidered bracelet. Bead-embroider a Zentangle pattern and insert it into a pre-fabricated metal bezel that is then attached to an adjustable leather snap bracelet.
What Students Will Learn: Students will learn the basics of bead embroidery while following an illustrated bead pattern on a foundation. Students will also learn how to make a cold connection with a metal bezel and leather.
Additional Supplies Needed: scissors, wire cutters, thread zapper, task lamp, bead mat
Project Completed in Class: Project will NOT be completed in class.
Maximum Students: 16

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