Mosaic Chain Cuff Workshop with Maggie Meister

This bracelet was inspired by a mosaic motif from antiquity. Participants will learn to switch from peyote to brick stitch and 2 methods of executing brick stitch. They will learn to combine components and bezel stones with peyote. 4 Broadcasts.

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Class Materials List
• Basic Beading Supplies
• Beading Thread (Wildfire or Size 6lb. Fireline)
• Size 10 or 12 beading needle
• Size 12 Sharp needle
• Scissors
• Pliers
• Microcrystaline Wax or beeswax

• 15 grams of Color A (the outline color) size 11 cylinder beads
• 10 grams of Color B (the inside color) size 11 cylinder beads
• 15 grams of Color C (the end cover color) size 11 cylinder beads
• 7 grams of size 15 round beads (Color D)
• 7 grams of size 15 round beads (Color E)
• 7 grams of size 15 round beads (Color F)

• 13 coin-shaped pearls or stones – 12mm in size
• 10 semi-precious stones or pearls - 4-6mm in size.

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Maggie Meister

Maggie Meister

Maggie Meister began beading after “coveting” a pair of earrings worn by her son’s teacher. When she learned that the teacher had made them after taking a class, Maggie signed up for a bead class at the Shepherdess and never looked back. She spent the next four years in the Seattle area, studying with the wonderful teachers at BEADS AND BEYOND in Bellevue,Washington and then began teaching and working at the shop.

A move to Naples, Italy in 1998 changed her life forever and in ways she never could have imagined. The rich, lively culture of the Neapolitan people and the...
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