Do you want to take your CRAW skills to the next level?
This course will teach you:
- How to add colour and patterns to CRAW designs
- Tips and tricks for dealing with the thread paths in complex structural designs
You are going to be learning through video tutorials and written explanations. The material includes two projects for you to try. Plus, several mini exercises that will help you develop your knowledge of colour. So, you will be able to create your own colouring for designs, not simply follow a pattern.
How does the course work?
For each section, you will have a project to try, accompanied with video tutorials and written instructions, including diagrams.
You can work through the material at your own pace.
Pick and choose, so you don't have to cover everything at once. Focus on the skills you need to acquire now, then come back to learn more later on.
You get lifetime access to this material, so you can use it as often as you want.
Plus, if you are struggling with anything, you can ask me, or other students on the course for additional advice and tips.
Who is this course for?
This is for anyone who already feels comfortable working in all forms of CRAW and just wants to take their skills to a higher level.
How do you get started?
You can take this course on its own - just enrol below. Or, you can use it as part of the 'Katie's Kube Techniques' bundle, where you also get access to the courses covering CRAW beaded boxes and CRAW beaded beads. If you want to buy the course bundle, just follow this link https://my-world-of-beads.teachable.com/p/katie-s-...
If you keep scrolling down, you will see the entire course curriculum. You can access the introductory section for free, right now, so you can find out a little more before you enrol.
Your Beading Tutor
Hi! I'm Katie and I'm here to help you become a better beader. Now, no matter whether you've just started out or you've been beading for a while, you probably come across things you don't understand or can't do.
So, that's where I come in. I've been beading since 2003. I was self-taught originally, so I'm pretty sure that whatever 'pain point' you're currently experiencing, it's something I've also faced and overcome. Which means I understand your frustration, but I can also help you to find a way through it.
My own beading experience covers a multitude of different techniques (beadweaving, French beading, bead embroidery and more!). I've published books, patterns in magazines, I even edited a beading magazine for 3 years! And I'm a qualified teacher.
All of that is very nice, but it's not what drives me. I am passionate about beading, in all its forms, and I want others to share that passion. So, my dream is to help more people, like you, to get the most out of their beading. That's why I set up the 'Become a Better Beader' group and why I started publishing beading courses. I've developed the courses specifically to address the things that people tell me they are struggling with. So, if there's something you find difficult, let me know about it.
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