Chocolate Truffle Beaded Beads Mini Online Class
Learn how to make Peyote stitch beaded beads with a downloadable PDF tutorial plus technique videos. For improver to intermediate beaders.
This is one of my 'mini' online classes. What is that, you ask?
Well, in a 'mini' class, you get the following:
- Downloadable PDF tutorial with full written instructions, photos and diagrams
- Videos that demonstrate basic techniques used in the project
- The ability to ask questions if you get stuck
You don't get:
- Videos showing this specific project
How does the mini class work?
Just the same as my larger classes and courses.
You can work through everything in your own time, at your own pace.
You get life-time access to the materials.
A little about this project
The chocolate truffle beaded beads is a Peyote stitch project. The techniques are basic. But you can expect to be asked to work things out for yourself and use some intelligence as you make this.
You are going to be working with size 11 seed beads.
Each truffle is about 2" long (5cm) and 1" (2.5cm) wide. You can string them and wear them as jewellery (they make a great 'statement' necklace!), or display them as ornaments.
How do you join the class?
Very simple. Just click on the enroll button below, follow the payment instructions to check out, and you can begin immediately.
Or, if you're not ready to start today, just come back here to 'My World of Beads' school on Teachable, and your class will be there whenever you are ready.
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