Forest Fairy's Fancy with Margo Field

Forest are magical places that are home to many wonderful fanciful folk. The next time you walk in a forest look very closely, you may see a sylvan citizen wearing such a necklace. The necklace features 6 diamond pieces that are connected & lavishly embellished with gardens of flowers & foliage. This is NOT a technical class. Knowledge of Peyote & Herringbone stitches is useful. 3 Broadcasts.

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For the Necklace:
• Size 8` seed beads 1 color 20 grams
• Size 11` seed beads 1 color 10 grams

For the "Flowers":
• Size 15` seed beads 1 color 6 grams
• Size 11` beads 1 gram • 3mm pearls or 8` seed beads - 222 beads
• Size 15` seed bead - a different color -222 beads

For the Branched Fringe Foliage:
• Size 15` seed beads 4 colors 5 g. each
• Size 11` seed beads 4 colors 1 g. each
Note: if using more colors then fewer grams are needed. If using only 1 color of each size: 25 grams size 15` & 5 grams size 11`
• Large Accent Beads for finishing necklace, suggested: - three 12mm - three 10mm & - one 8 mm
• Hook to fasten the necklace

And the other things needed:
• Fireline .008 (6lb) is recommended.
• Other thread types may be used if preferred.
• Size 10 and 12 beading needles
• Sharp Scissors

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Margo Field

Margo Field

Margo first “discovered” beads in 1991. What attracted her to them was simply color. Each little bead is a tiny building block in an entire work. Bead art at its best is a wonderful, colorful, expressive art form.

She teaches bead work to others because she believes that everyone has a creative spirit that needs to be nurtured. Her relationship to her students fuels her creative abilities and leads her students to fulfill their artistic ambitions. Margo feels all of er students are artists in their own personal abilities and desires. Teaching has taught her much about herself and...
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Highly recommended--excellent, clear directions Review by PLane
This is my second Margo Field class--I also completed her Enchanted Weave Bracelet. I have only done a total of 4 bead weaving projects and Margo's instructions are so clear and easy to follow that I got great results even with minimal previous experience. I also purchased a kit for each class and the materials are lovely and guarantee a great result. (Posted on 5/6/13)

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