This slithery, tubular snake contains a special wire armature. When shaped to drape securely over the neck, the tail dangles while the head bobs and sways so lifelike.
Students will Learn:
How to weave a tubular rope with the new shaped beads, employing a long tail thread to bead an open-mouth head complete with fangs and forked tongue. When the rope is about 27-in. long, students will insert the wire and bead the tapered tail to secure it.
Familiarity with peyote and right-angle weave.
Project will not be completed in class
Minimum Age Requirement:
At least 18 years old.
Supplies to Bring:
#11 beading needles, beading mat, beading thread, Fireline 8 lb. test, reading glasses, scissors, tape measure, task lamp.
Chainnose without grooves.
Materials in Kit:
Rizo beads; SuperDuo beads; 8/0, 11/0 seed beads; Japanese cylinder beads; wire; illustrated instructions.
One seat per person per class.