CRAW Clinic #3: Taking Shape – 07/12/22 6pm CST

$10.00

TUESDAY July 12, 2022 6:00 – 7:30 pm CST

Beginning beaders and those who have had trouble learning Cubic Right Angle Weave (CRAW) this class takes you through changing direction, connecting, and edging a strip of cubes!

This 1.5 hour bite-size lesson will walk you through thread direction, tension, and manipulating a row of Cubic Right Angle Weave (CRAW) units into a closed shape. This class goes through basic construction techniques and will get you more comfortable with CRAW.  Use shapes as earrings, link several together for a cool necklace, and try other shapes to master the stitch; your options are endless!  This is the THIRD class in our CRAW series.

Clinics include a full-color PDF downloadable pattern and 1.5 hours of ZOOM instruction.  Students must register for class to receive the pattern and ZOOM link.  

 

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TUESDAY July 12, 2022

6:00 – 7:30 pm CST

Beginning beaders and those who have had trouble learning Cubic Right Angle Weave (CRAW) this class takes you through changing direction, connecting, and edging a strip of cubes!

This 1.5 hour bite-size lesson will walk you through thread direction, tension, and manipulating a row of Cubic Right Angle Weave (CRAW) units into a closed shape.

CRAW is a dynamic stitch that is used in millions of bead weaving patterns, but it can be hard to see and understand without repeatable direction and plenty of practice. Beaders should have a general understanding of how to bead with needle and thread, and be ready to take on a dimensional project. Bring your own materials. I recommend using 8/o Japanese seed beads when learning this stitch – they are easier to see and hold.  Once you get comfortable with it, scale the shape down to 11/o’s.

This class goes through basic construction techniques and will get you more comfortable with CRAW.  Use shapes as earrings, link several together for a cool necklace, and try other shapes to master the stitch; your options are endless!

The pattern includes detailed color pages, full of illustrations, and step-by-step instructions to guide you through the project. Though the pattern is written for a beginning beader with limited knowledge of CRAW, it is the THIRD lesson in this series. You should be somewhat familiar with how to start CRAW by making the first cube with little to no instruction.

You will need:
About 5 grams 8/o Seed beads and some 11/o seed beads for embellishment (optional)
8 lb Fireline
Beading needle
Scissors

Clinics include a full-color PDF downloadable pattern and 1.5 hours of ZOOM instruction.  Students must register for class to receive the pattern and ZOOM link.  The pattern and supply list is available to you at time of registration, you must bring your own supplies to class (there are no kits available). ZOOM links are emailed to all registered participants 3 days before class. There are no refunds for missed classes as the pattern and materials list is immediately available. If you can not make the class or need information where to get supplies, please contact me directly at sue.a.neel@gmail.com  If an alternate class day is available, reschedules are possible.

AGREEMENT:
These patterns are copy-written material and remain the intellectual property of the designer, Sue Neel. Purchase of the pattern is for individual use ONLY and not an authorization to mass-produce, manufacture, or teach the design to others without explicit written consent. Contact designer through email at sue.a.neel@gmail.com
©2021 Sue Adam Neel

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