209 E Sheridan St
Monday, January 20, 20209:00 AM – 10:00 AM
Tuition: $10 Materials: $5
Ages: 12 to 20
Students will learn how to make free-form bracelets using multiple cords and a variety of interesting beads. “Free-form” means each bracelet is unique, not made from a set pattern, as the students learn how to create their own pattern. Students will learn about appropriate cord and bead choices, color selection, and techniques for finishing the bracelets.
Scholarship funds are available. Call 218-235-0138 to inquire.
About the instructor: Kay Vandervort says, “As children we could get out of doing dishes if we read. We read a lot. And, we could watch television if we had a project we were working on while we watched. Hence, all my life I have gotten into the habit of having a lap project—jewelry making, embroidery, sewing, or experimenting with a variety of artistic medium.” Kay is a wizard with color and creative experimentation and has offered a wide variety of jewelry classes at the folk school.