What am I hoping to teach?
Of course I'm proposing to teach Freeform Peyote. I'd be walking on air if they'd accept one of those classes! I'm putting together several other classes as well, including my Lacework Bracelets.
And now I have a question for you. If you could take any class of mine you wanted, which of these (if any) would most interest you? Why? Does it help knowing I'd have kits in multiple color ways available for each class?
|Peacock Spring, Freeform Peyote Bracelet - 6 hours|
|Spanish Dancer, Freeform Peyote Ruffles - 6 hours|
|Corset & Stays Beaded Beads - 3 hours|
|Sky at Midnight necklace - 6 hours|
|Flameheart Earrings and Pendant - 3 hours|
|Lacework Bracelets - 3 hours|
|Freeform Peyote Beaded Beads - 6 hours|
And last, but not least:
|Fancy Fish - 6 hours|
Yep, I'm hoping to teach my Fancy Fish. I can just see a school of these guys swimming around the conference, can't you?
Anything you think I'm missing? Something you really think I should propose as a class? (Just thought I'd throw that out there).
I'm still working on the pictures. Keep setting up my studio, taking more pictures, loading them into the computer and deciding I need different pictures.
I'd love to teach a larger freeform beading project like my August Bead Soup project, Wrack and Ruin, but it would really need to be a two-day workshop. So I'll toss this out there: I am more than happy to travel and would love to teach in your area. If you know of a bead store or other venue that might be interested in my teaching a workshop, let me know!
It's been one deadline after another around here lately, so I'm afraid that the next installment of my design series won't be out until next week. Guess it's become an 'almost weekly' series. :)
Time for me to get back to photo editing, sigh. Thanks for your feedback and keep your fingers crossed for me!