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The 1920s was an era where the female body became on long sinuous line. To accentuate this, women wore long necklaces (past the waist!). In this class, you too will make a long necklace, with options to shorten for 1930s, or also 1910s! In addition, we’ll be making chandelier earrings to match!
Class Time: 1 session of 6 hours including a lunch break. It is suggested you either bring a sack lunch or visit one of the many wonderful restaurants within walking distance.
Maximum class size: 20 people
Supplies needed: Reading glasses (if needed), bead board, wire cutters, needlenose pliers and round nose pliers. (These last three tools can be found at Michaels or Joanns)
The teacher will provide semi-precious stones, seed beads, thread, needles, findings, and a handout.
You can choose between:
White- Mother of Pearl
Pink- Rose Quartz
Red- Carnelian (orange-red)
Blue- Sodalite (marbled with white)
Green- Adventurine (mossy green)
Black- Black Onyx
Or you can reach out to Tracey at firstname.lastname@example.org if there is a specific color you have in mind, though the price may change.
Fee: $50.00 (please register and pay through Costumer’s Guild West)