Cascading Dangles by Aasia Hamid

$45.00

47 in stock

Instructor: Aasia Hamid

Sunday, June 26 from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm Eastern

Cascading Dangles consists of 3 kumihimo braids, each one made with different size/style beads. Two of the braids have color blocked sections with spiral patterns. The bottom of these two braids are embellished with jeweled dangles using variety of seed beads, 2 hole triangles, prong beads and pearls. The third braid is doubled to form a loop through which you can thread the first two braids.  The third braid has a beaded slider which has the function of keeping the braid together while adjusting the size of the loop. End caps are beaded.

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Cascading Dangles consists of 3 kumihimo braids, each one made with different size/style beads. Two of the braids have color blocked sections with spiral patterns. The bottom of these two braids are embellished with jeweled dangles using variety of seed beads, 2 hole triangles, prong beads and pearls. The third braid is doubled to form a loop through which you can thread the first two braids.  The third braid has a beaded slider which has the function of keeping the braid together while adjusting the size of the loop. End caps are beaded.

Techniques used:

            – Beaded kumihimo — 3 braids

            – Bead weaving (peyote, netting) — jeweled dangles, slider, end caps

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Instructor: Aasia Hamid

Aasia has always been interested in art from fused glass wall art pieces to stained glass, from pottery to painting murals on the walls. She has been drawn to color and texture since she added beads to her needle 15 years ago. Mastering the art of bead weaving has been achieved by many hours of practice and experimentation. She hand fabricates each of her pieces with great attention to detail. Every detail must be beautiful, unusual and of excellent quality. Aasia likes to incorporate many mediums into her pieces like Kumihimo, bead weaving, polymer and epoxy clay. She has presented many of her masterpieces at juried art festivals.

 

 

 

Sunday, June 26 from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm Eastern

Class Format:

This class consists of one two hour session presented via Zoom. Students will be able to ask questions using the Zoom chat function. This class will be recorded, edited and posted in the class information. Posting the video generally takes between 48 and 72 hours.

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Experience Level:

Experience with peyote and beaded braiding

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