The Twin Cities Bead Bazaar


Hopkins Eisenhower Community Center


Fall Show - October 27-28, 2018

Spring Show - March 2-3, 2019


GoodyBeads.com is excited to sponsor the Twin Cities Bead Bazaar, which features an array of Jewelry Artists, Bead Vendors, Jewelry Making Classes and Product Demonstrations. The Twin Cities Bead Bazaar is a unique Retail Bead Show, open to the public and provides a wide selection of handmade glass beads, semi-precious gemstones, gemstone cabochons, Czech beads, fish leather, jewelry findings, kits & patterns, trade beads, sea glass, bottle cap beads, silk ribbons, finished jewelry and so much more!

CLASSES

All classes are three hours long. Payment for classes is due at the time of registration and includes Kit Fee (prices varies) and Class Fee of $35. *Kit fees do not include items in the “Supplies to Bring” description. Teachers will provide information on whether or not they will have additional kits available to purchase. These additional kit payments will be made directly to your class teacher after or during class hours.

MORNING SESSION

Maggie T Designs

Czech Swirl Kumihimo Bracelet

This fun and sparkly bracelet is made using 4mm fire polished Czech glass rounds and SuperUno® beads. The end result is a beautiful statement piece that’ll get you lots of compliments! Four Color Waves.


Supplies to Bring*: “The Traveler” Stand, 6” round foam disk, 50 gr weight, 8 – 2 ½” bobbins, thread burner, super glue gel, scissors.


KIT FEE: $30.00

Cafeteria

Beginner


Total price: $65.00

Diane Fitzgerald

Riveting Cascade Necklace

Learn a method of beadweaving that Ive named "riveting" to assemble CzechMates quadratile beads into a cascade necklace.


Supplies to Bring*: scissors; size 10 beading needle; Nymo D or Fireline smoke 6 lb; 4 grams size 15 seed beads; 150 Czechmates quadratile beads in each of two contrasting colors (total 300 beads); Clasp


KIT FEE: $0.00

Cafeteria

Intermediate


Total price: $35.00

Sue Manchester

Manchester Rose Bracelet

Learn to make a unique and flexible beaded rose using netting and two-drop peyote. Once you learn to basic technique, you can make roses in a wide-variety of sizes and with a variety of beads for different looks. Class instructions will also include directions for making a rose bracelet featuring the rose on a netted base with leafy fringe.


Supplies to Bring*: Size 12 beading needles; Beading mat; Fireline 6lb test smoke; Scissors.


KIT FEE: $17.00

Cafeteria

Intermediate


Total price: $52.00

Adele Kimpell

Arabesque Bracelet

The Arabesque Bracelet is stitched with Zoliduo beads in right and left execution combined with Toho size 11° demi round beads and size 11° beads. The result is this supple, flexible bracelet. The Arabesque Bracelet is an ‘immediate gratification’ project as it stitches up quickly. A Fully illustrated pattern will assist the instructor to guide you through the project.


Supplies to Bring*: Beading Mat, scissors, personal task lamp if desired.


KIT FEE: $35.00

Cafeteria

Beginner


Total price: $70.00



AFTERNOON SESSION

Kerrie Miller

Dunes Bracelet

Learn how to make this beaded bracelet with the vertical double half hitch macrame knot. This beginner bracelet uses DiscDuo beads, bugle beads, and polyester Tex 210 cord. Two color ways are available. Two Color Waves.


Supplies to Bring*: Beading mat, magnifier lamp or glasses.


KIT FEE: $30.00

Cafeteria

Intermediate


Total price: $65.00

Lisa Krupp-Dooley

Ava’s Planet Beaded Bead Earrings

The Ava’s Planet earrings uses Ava® beads as an architectural element to create these self-supportive beaded beads. The added crystals and DiscDuos® add sparkle and dimension to theses one-of-a-kind earrings. Four Color Waves.


Supplies to Bring*: Work surface, scissors, task lighting, bead wax, 2 chain-nose pliers.


KIT FEE: $25.00

Cafeteria

Intermediate

Total price: $60.00

Adele Kimpell

Rhombus Fever

The Rhombus Fever Bracelet is worked in tubular Ndebele (Herringbone) stitch and utilizes the Czechmates two-hole diamond bead and size 11° seed beads. The bracelet has a slim line and is very comfortable to wear. Easy to stitch it works up quickly. With the plethora of colors the Czechmates diamond is available in, I bet you can’t make just one! A fully illustrated pattern will assist the instructor to guide you through the project.


Supplies to Bring*: Beading Mat, scissors, personal task lamp if desired.


KIT FEE: $45.00

Cafeteria

Intermediate

Total price: $80.00

Diane Fitzgerald

A Rose is a Rose Pendant

Using Shrinky Dinks, learn to paint the petals with shading and veins, then cut, punch holes and shrink the plastic, and assemble the pendant for a necklace. Note: This is not your kids shrink plastic!


Supplies to Bring*: Heat gun and extension cord (available at Michaels or Joann in the scrapbooking section),medium point or broad tip permanent markers in two shades of one color or package of eight medium tip Sharpies, scissors (if available, scissors with scalloped edges), size 10 beading needle, Nymo D or Fireline smoke 6 lb.


KIT FEE: $6.00

Cafeteria

Intermediate

Total price: $41.00


Class Cancellation Policy: If you need to cancel a class please email so.vang@goodybeads.com before October 21st, 2018. There will be a $5 processing fee assessed for each class cancelled. There are no refunds, exchanges or cancellations allowed after October 22nd, 2018.

MORNING SESSION

Doris Coghill

Dagger Lariat

This Opera Length necklace uses herringbone as its’ main stitch, but teaches you how to transition from herringbone to netting and back to herringbone with a little peyote thrown in to help with the transition. The texture in the spiral comes from using two sizes of beads in your herringbone stitch with a wire added inside the spiral for the part where the strands join together. The two hole daggers and vintage Czech crystal drop add a nice finish to the strands. Three Color Waves.


Supplies to Bring*: Scissors, 10# Fireline, beading mat, if desired.


KIT FEE: $45.00

Cafeteria

Expert

Total price: $80.00

Adele Kimpell

Penumbra Bracelet

The Penumbra Bracelet was inspired by the pip bead display at DaBead in Tucson. The pips were arranged by gradated shades of the same color reminding me of the point at which light and shade blend. The base of the bracelet is a three bead ladder, and the pips are stitched onto the base in sets of three. Easy to stitch and fun to wear. Bet you can’t make just one! A fully illustrated pattern will assist the instructor to guide you through the project.


Supplies to Bring*: Beading Mat, scissors, personal task lamp if desired.


KIT FEE: $45.00

Cafeteria

Intermediate

Total price: $80.00

Maggie T Designs

C-Koop de Ville Kumihimo Bracelet

Make this completely unique bracelet using a C-Koop focal bead, 8° seed beads and long magatama beads. Each bracelet will be different because Sara Lukkonen makes each focal bead in a unique color palette. Two Color Waves.


Supplies to Bring*: “The Traveler” Stand, 6” round foam disk, 50 gr weight, 8 bobbins, thread burner, super glue gel, chain nose pliers, scissors.


KIT FEE: $35.00

Cafeteria

Beginner

Total price: $70.00


Class Cancellation Policy: If you need to cancel a class please email so.vang@goodybeads.com before October 21st, 2018. There will be a $5 processing fee assessed for each class cancelled. There are no refunds, exchanges or cancellations allowed after October 22nd, 2018.


Coffee with Candie

Saturday, October 27

Coffee with Candie details are being planned. Stay tuned!

Candie Cooper is a jewelry designer with a passion for combining unique materials and color combinations, inspired by extensive travel and her years living in China. Candie is the author of Necklace-ology (Lark Books 2012), Metalworking 101 for Beaders (Lark Books 2009), Felted Jewelry (Lark Books 2007), and Designer Needle Felting (Lark Books 2007). Candie has appeared on Beads, Baubles and Jewels and hosts daily Facebook live shows focusing on living a creative lifestyle. She earned a Bachelor’s degree in Art Education and Fine Arts from Purdue University.

Vendor Registration

Twin Cities Bead Bazaar
Fall Show – October 27-28, 2018
Eisenhower Community Center, 1001 Hwy 7, Hopkins
Show Hours 10:00-5:00 both days

download Fall 2018 vendor application

download Spring 2019 vendor application

Sales Tax Documentation

Must fill out vendor application and sales tax documentation forms and submit to kayla@dakotastones.com

address

1001 MN-7, Hopkins, MN 55305
1 952-564-6618
2 blocks west of Hwy 169 on Hwy 7 - Turn at the light on 12th Ave

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