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Beaded Earrings ・ September 27th

Upcoming Workshops

Beaded Earrings ・ September 27th


Beaded Earrings ・ September 27th


Friday, September 27, 7 - 9 PM

with Jess Alegria

810 Dufferin Ave, second floor

We’re loving the modern take on beaded earrings with fresh colourways and geometric motifs! Woven earrings are a fun, easy way to create unique jewelry in ANY colour combination!

Participants will learn the basics of off-loom bead weaving using brick stitch, and be guided through the start and finishing of an earring in your choice of colours. Other types of stitches may be demonstrated, and various bead options will be discussed. You will take home one to two finished beaded earrings, and the know-how to make a million more! Those who work quickly may come close to finishing both earrings; all participants will be given the supplies to finish at home.

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Please note that this project is not meant to be imitative or appropriative of any cultural group or nation. Contemporary bead weaving draws influence from a multitude of cultures worldwide. Our understanding is that while certain motifs may be sacred, the techniques themselves can ethically be shared.

Instructor bio: Like many of us, jess' (they/them) crafting path started as a child with cord, embroidery thread, and pony beads. In the last 2 years they have returned to beads with a focus on contemporary off-loom bead weaving as craft (recognizing that beading also carries strong cultural importance on this land that they, as a non-Indigenous refugee here, cannot and should not take part in). As a maker who constantly picks up new projects and mediums, jess has an appreciation for the challenges beginners face and is excited to communicate the process in easy, accessible ways.