Classes & Updates
NEW: TEA TOWEL CLASS: Give your own personalized Tea Towel/s this holiday!
The class is set up where it will be a personalized class. Yup - Just you and me. I will help set up all the images and the digital file for you to print your very own personalized Tea Towel. The cost is $30 for 2 hours with me. Your tea towel products are a separate cost. You will submit special art if you want, a recipe if you want, a picture of your family, pet...if you want, you will choose your colors. I think you can see where this is heading. You bring the images and I'll help you put them together so they can be printed on a Flour Sack Tea Towel. You can choose 1 or how many tea towels you want to give. Below is my Tea Towel. This is not a make and take class. It is all digital where I work the comupter and you tell me how you want it to look.
Wednesday Angel Making with Julia has started: It is a must to call ahead to reserve a chair. 507-330-1367
Stitch Time with Suz. - Name the date and time!
Our NEW "Tiny Shop"
I retired Retail as I myself Retired. The business is now very casual and is focused on - Teaching/Repair/Kit Design
The Shop's emphasis is "Off-Loom" Stitching and Textile Stitch Embellishment.
NO WORRIES: WE HAVE WONDERFUL LEATHER STRANDING KITS FOR THOSE WHO DO NOT WANT TO USE A NEEDLE. Our young visitors and adults all engage with these kits and have a sense of accomplishment when they leave.
We moved to a smaller space in our same building.
Glass Garden Beads and Brigg Evans Textile Design is now a "Tiny Shop". We changed from a retail business to a service business, offering design, repair, classes, teaching and our online marketing of bead and textile kits. You will be able to access us in the Lower Level in the 318 Central Ave. Bachrach Building via the stairs or elevator. We are still in the same building just downstairs.
GROUPS: YES limited to 6 seats. / Just give me a call and reserve the space and pick out the project you want to do. 507-330-1367
TABLE TIME? October Project is the Spooky Spider! $10 kit and the frame is all assembled. All you have to do is add the beads and turn the tips of each leg so the beads do not fall off.
TEACHING: Private Help is available at $10/ hr and I sit with you and we go step by step. If I do a formal Class the teaching fee is figured also at $10/hr.
No TEACHING FEE for Kids Groups or Simple Kit Adult groups where the time spent with me is less than 2 hrs.
REPAIRS: I normally try to convince you to do your own re-stranding and I'll help you with the finishing. If that does not work for you, I'll look at your piece and give you an estimate. My rate is $20/hr plus all the supplies.
GIFT CERTIFICATES: All prior gift certificates will be honored and are still available. Gift a private class, Gift some group time...I'll help you find a way to use the Gift Certificate.
On going Beginner Classes: You let us know when you want to start!
Beginner Bead Crochet:
Make a bangle bracelet with Pat Prill. This is a longer class because Pat wants you to be comfortable with the stitch before taking it home. Pat will show you how to do bead crochet as well as how to stitch the bangle together for completion.
Class Fee; $30/student - 3 hr class (1-4pm)
Bead Crochet At your CONVENIENCE! Just name the date and time that works for you and Pat Prill will make it happen. Just give Suz a call at the Tiny Shop: 507-330-1367
Supply Fee: Will be based on the selection ea. student makes for their bracelet. An average estimate is $30, this includes the crochet hook/ S-Lon Thread / Beads / Needles / Fireline / Weight Bead / Safety Pin / Rubber Band. NOTE: Prior to the class students will need to pick up the supplies because it is important to start the class with all the beads stranded on the S-Lon thread. Suz will help you with that.
Interesting Groups for Beaders to check out:
Upper Midwest Bead Society Calendar: The group is a great social group and now with covid have still remained active with its members by presenting interesting virtual meeting opportunities. Fun topics. Feel free to check them out. I really started to get involved with their meetings so I'm looking forward to return to that close and in-person time. They are a great group with always interesting topics.
If you are in the Rochester Area, here is another group I'd like to check out. The Beader's Society of Southeast MN.
LOOSE BEAD SOCIETY OF GREATER MILWAUKEE: Beaders are happy interesting people. Why? They love what they do and they come from all vocations with a artist flair! So true for this group!