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    Please note that all the workshops are in English.

Borgia Pendant Series by Shona Bevan





"Borgia" is a series of three double-sided pendants made with beautiful teardrop shaped pearls and embellished with crystal bicones.

The workshop will cover the techniques to create each pendant, as well as how to make a beautiful elegant rope to suspend them from. Bead the rope with all seed beads for a simple look or incorporate crystals for some easy to wear glamour.

Suitable for all levels of beaders with experience of right-angle weave.

Shona is a London based bead designer who loves to create a big impact with tiny beads and makes elegant, wearable jewellery with a focus on beautiful finishing. Shona has taught at the Bead & Button show in Milwaukee and regularly teaches across the UK.


Arabella Cuff by Sandra Scholte


"Arabella Cuff" has a square shaped centerpiece with a Swarovski rivoli and straps with preciosa cup chain to add more sparkle and make it look more regal.

Level: Intermediate to advanced – the centerpiece has a CRAW variation frame, you have to be familiar with CRAW thread paths.
Techniques: RAW, CRAW, Peyote stitch.

Sandra: I've always been fascinated by beads and shiny things, ever since I was a little girl. I was stringing beads and trying new things all the time, and I tried many different beading trends through the years. Small beads, big beads, of all shapes, sizes and materials, and I learned many techniques.

But somehow I always got back to beadweaving with seedbeads again, so that's what I specialized in in the past ten years by learning all kinds of beadweaving techniques and combining them into the kind of jewelry I'm making today.

Being attracted to vintage and period style jewelry, my pieces mostly have a classic Victorian look with a romantic touch, I love to work with cabochons and cameos as well as crystals to make them look more regal.



Opus de Limogia by Anja Schlotman


"Opus de Limogia": Necklace/Brooch
The city of Limoges in France was the European Center of vitreous (porcelain) enamel production by the 12th. Century. It’s works were known as ‘Opus de Limogia’ or ‘Labor Limogiae’. For years I have been fascinated by these works. Finally I wove a piece inspired by this art of the past I so admire. This piece is woven with mostly ‘Anja S’ creative stitch design. The intend; to reflect a little of Limoges beautiful historic fine art pieces to take home as a workshop souvenir.

Note: Cabochon will differ (Anja will bring several glass dome ones to choose from)
Level: Intermediate to advanced
Required: Knowledge of Odd- & Even Count Peyote Stitch

For as long as Anja can remember she has been drawn to the arts. Born and raised in the Netherlands Anja grew up with exposure to the museums, exhibitions, and theatres of Europe. She was greatly inspired by the performing arts of music, theatre, and dance worldwide. It is her desire that the beauty of all those who have touched her life will be present in the intricate pieces she creates.

Anja has enjoyed working with several publications. Part of her work has been published in her books ‘Beaded Treasures’ and ‘Beaded Nostalgia’. Perhaps most rewarding for her is to spend time with the students in her classes and actually seeing them afterwards enjoy their newly woven pieces.


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