UPDATE: Thank you! This class is full as of 1/7/2020. We do have a short waitlist, and if there is enough interest we may be able to run a second class in the coming months.
During this all-day workshop, participants will be led through beading a necklace with Sequoia Conner. Sequoia will teach the participants how to bead a round necklace using cord and size eleven beads. To finish it off, participants will have the option of sewing on buckskin ties or standard necklace clasps.
About the instructor: Sequoia Conner is an enrolled member of the San Carlos Apache tribe and is a beadwork artist from Mission, Oregon. Sequoia was taught how to bead by her mother, Terri Carnes about seven years ago. Sequoia has taught a beading class at Eastern Oregon University. She has also beaded various pieces for herself and for others.
Included: Cord, thread, buckskin, standard necklace clasps, scissors, size eleven beads, and needles will be provided. Feel welcome to bring additional supplies if you would like to.
Lunch: A basic lunch and beverages will be provided. If you have dietary restrictions, please plan on bringing a sack lunch.
Registration: This class is open to everyone, however space is limited to ten participants, $10 registration fee. No one will be turned away for lack of funds. Pre-registration is required. To register, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us at 541-276-3954.