Woven Bead Ring Workshop
Sign up for our upcoming class session:
Sunday, August 4, 2019 2:00-4:30pm
Class fee: $45
In this class you’ll create a custom designed woven bead ring that is a blast to make and comfortable to wear! We’ll be using premium quality Delica seed beads from Japan and practicing the popular, centuries-old peyote stitch technique to assemble the ring. Choose from a huge variety of bead colors to create your own color palette and pattern to end up with your own unique piece. Recommended supply sources will be provided, making the possibilities endless after leaving this fun jewelry making workshop!
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Noelle Trudeau has always been drawn to artistic expression via numerous mediums. Living in Portland she has truly found a home as an artist. Feeling inspired by the beautiful city and the quiet power of nature she began noniko in 2010 as an outlet for metal smithing and her one of a kind pieces of jewelry. More recently she has shifted her focus to creating macrame and woven wall art. In 2017 she came on board with Assembly, where she enjoys sharing her knowledge and passion for crafts with students across all skill levels and ages.
Assembly: 2520 SE 26th Ave, Portland, OR 97202
Come get creative at Assembly’s new studio in Southeast Portland located right off of Division Street.
Sip and make! The studio has a variety of beverages available for purchase including beer, wine, cider, coffee, tea, and more to enjoy during class!
What is the age limit for the event?
Unless otherwise noted, workshops are for those 16 years of age or over.
What is your cancellation policy?
If you are unable to attend and it is at least 72 hours prior to the workshop, please contact us with the request and we will refund 100% of your payment or provide credit towards a future workshop. If it is within 72 hours before the workshop, unfortunately we cannot issue a refund or credit for the class fee- no exceptions.
Please refer to our Event Policies for more information.
Class session: Sunday, August 4, 2019 2:00-4:30pm