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Beads Mosaic - An Exclusive Beads Boutique
Beading Classes

A handmade Gift is a gift from the heart.
Take 10% off all class supplies, excluding silver!

Call us for week-day classes on basic beading.

All class fees must be paid in advance to be confirmed. Please visit the store or call in your request and payment. Classes subject to change without prior notice. Check this website for latest updates.

All beading supplies for classes are available in the store. No outside beads or supplies are allowed in the class.

Instructors are available before class begins to help with buying beads, tools, supplies and to answer your questions.

Wednesday, December 3 - 1:00pm to 4::00pm
Class fee: $50.00


Let's Knot!
By Mary Ann Collins
Beginner Friendly

Classic pearl knotting, updated. Using the Easy Knotter designed by Maureen Olivetto, students will learn the techniques associated with this innovative and super-fast method of pearl knotting. Strung on silk bead cord, the coin pearl or gemstone necklace combines with crystals to make a statement all its own. The many samples in the store will inspire you and expand your beading experience.

The ease and speed of working with the Easy Knotter will amaze you.

Thursday, December 4 - 1:00pm to 4:00pm
Class fee: $50.00


Tila Picot Necklace
by Mary Ann Collins
Advanced Beginner

The shine of the crystals adds a glow to this gorgeous tila bead necklace. This project is a perfect way to incorporate the two-hole Tila beads with Swarovski crystals and seed beads. And for an alternative look, substitute Dagger or Rizo beads for the crystals.

Saturday, December 6 - 11:00am to 2:00pm
Class fee: $50.00


Rolling Ridges Bracelet
By Marianne Olbermann
Advanced Beginner

Peyote reaches a new dimension with this bracelet! Choose several different bead sizes, and even-count peyote does the rest. A rolled bead separating each ridge contributes to the beauty of this project. This makes up beautifully in one color or a varied palette.

All aspects of construction will be discussed, although this bracelet will not be completed in class.

Wednesday, December 10 - 6:00pm to 9:00pm
Class fee: $50.00


Scalloped Duo Necklace.
By Mary Ann Collins
Beginner Friendly

Make it today - wear it tonight! This beautiful necklace can be made up quickly, easily and inexpensively! The Superduo components gracefully curve around your neck, enhanced by the sparkle of Czech fire polish beads. The combination of colors is endless. Make one for everyone on your holiday list.

Wednesday, December 10 - 6:00pm to 9:00pm
Cost: $50.00


The Midas Touch.
By Marianne Olbermann
Beginner Friendly.

Swarovski crystals mingle with SuperDuos and seed beads to create this golden collar. The look of 14K without the price tag! Use your own creativity to make in any variety of color or metallic to suit your desire. You'll want a bracelet to match.

Previous beadweaving experience a prerequisite.

Necklace will not be completed in class.

Saturday, December 13 - 11:00am to 2:00pm
Class fee: $50.00


Wire and Gemstone Bracelet.
By Mary Ann Collins
Beginner Friendly

This sterling bracelet is a beauty! Learn all the wire techniques in this class: how to measure wire correctly, wrap strands with wire, and twist wire. You'll also make your own wire clasp to finish off this bracelet.

These are all skills you'll be able to use in your future metalwork projects.

Wednesday, December 31 - 1:00pm to 4:00pm
Class fee: $50.00


Game, Set, Match Bracelet
By Kathy Koppinger

This bracelet takes the classic tennis bracelet to a new level of sophistication. Pearls dance down the center, flanked by with crystals and embellished with seed beads. Get creative. Her design lends itself well to using other beads: try all crystal, all pearls, round gemstones, or fire polish. Vary the width by using fewer rows, or add rows to make it a truly wide cuff. The possibilities are endless!

Proficiency in right angle weave a prerequisite.