Arabesque Bracelet

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Instructor: Adele M. Kimpell
Adele Kimpell’s love affair with needle and thread arts began at the age of thirteen. Introduced to off-loom bead weaving in 1994 she has been designing jewelry, authoring and illustrating patterns and teaching for the last fourteen years at bead shops, bead societies and guilds, and bead shows at a national level. Adele’s design philosophy is to design for the novice to intermediate bead artist but to incorporate elements that appeal to advanced bead artists. She is known by her students for her well written instructions with full color illustrations, her patience, knowledge and helpful hints and tips.

Currently not available.
Skill Levels: All
Dates/Times: February 4, from 2:00pm to 5:00pm
$30 » workshop fee
$45 » kit fee

The Arabesque Bracelet is stitched with Zoliduo beads in right and left execution combined with Toho size 11° demi round beads and size 11° seed beads. The result is a supple, flexible bracelet. Arabesque refers to an ornamental design consisting of intertwined flowing lines, originally found in Arabic or Moorish decoration. It usually consists of a single design which can be 'tiled' or seamlessly repeated as many times as desired. [Paisley Duo beads are not interchangeable with the Zoliduo beads for this pattern.] The Arabesque Bracelet is an ‘immediate gratification’ project as it stitches up quickly. This fully illustrated pattern will guide you through the project.

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