Our March 24 meeting should be a good one! We have a busy agenda and you won’t want to miss it.
The Joan Duggan Component Beading Challenge: Bring Your Challenge Piece
I hope you have a challenge piece ready. As you recall, Joan donated components to us at the last meeting and challenged us to produce a finished piece from them. She announced that she would have prizes from her bead stash for the determined winner(s).
I have mine ready to go and hope that you do as well. I love challenges!
The Edna Perkins Project: Bring Beads
Each year the members of the Beady Bunch make jewelry that is donated to the Women’s Shelter of the Catholic Charities to be distributed on Mother’s Day. This year will be no exception.
You can read more about the Project and see photos of the previous two years on this website. Check the panel to the right.
I still have some unclaimed beads left from the stash donated by Edna. I will be bringing them to the meeting. If you have beads that you would like to donate for this purpose, please bring them to the meeting.
Members will select beads from the donated stash and incorporate them into a piece of jewelry. The finished pieces should be brought to the April meeting.
Loomed Bead Work: Bring Loom(s) And/Or Pieces of Loom Work If you Have Them.
I will be presenting our program at the next meeting. The meeting will be in the usual place at St. Andrews Episcopal Church on 87th and Pacific at 7:00 p.m.
The presentation will include a demonstration, discussion, and questions/answers about looming.
You will not need to bring anything. However, if you have a loom please bring it along so that as many variations as possible can be viewed. If you have pieces that you or someone else has loomed, please bring them as well.
I look forward to seeing you then!
Submitted by Joni Stinson