Crystal and Bead Wrap Bracelet with Claudia Anne Chase

Sponsored by Mirrix Looms. In this beginner level CraftArtEdu class, learn how to weave beads on a loom to create a colorful wrap around bracelet. Follow Claudia Anne Chase’s detailed instruction on how to warp the loom, weave the bracelet and finish the bracelet. You will want to make dozens once you learn how.

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Class Materials List

• 8-inch Mirrix Loom (any Mirrix Loom size eight and up will work)
• Scissors
• Tape measure
• Bead mat

You can find the Mirrix Loom at: www.mirrixlooms.com

A Mirrix Loom is not required for this class. A standard bead loom will not work; however, most fiber weaving looms will work. You can even create a simple frame loom using stretcher bars.

• Size 8/0 seed beads
• Size 11/0 seed beads
• Size 4 mm fire polish crystals
• Hand-painted silk
• C-Lon beading thread
• Beading needle
• Small tapestry needle
• A rubber O-ring
• A button

A kit is available to create this bracelet. In the kit, you'll receive all the materials above plus extra materials to create at least one more bracelet. http://www.mirrixlooms.com/craftartedu.html.

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Claudia Anne Chase

Claudia Anne Chase

Claudia was juried into the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen and began selling her tapestries in the League stores. As tapestry took over more and more of her life, Claudia's tapestries found their way into galleries, office buildings, churches and private homes. Claudia runs Mirrix Looms full-time from her New Hampshire studio but still takes time to teach and create.

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