About this Course
opensAugust 9, 2018
EXPAND YOUR CREATIVITY as Lyric Kinard takes you beyond the basics of bead embroidery. Build on what you learned in Bead It Like You Mean It pt. 1 and learn new dimensional beading techniques that jump right off the surface. Wrap cords or walk a line of seeds over a bugle bead bridge. Try out a beautiful Gourd stitch to attach a cabochon or go right over the edge as you add beaded borders to your cloth. Loop your stacks or turn them into crazy twisted or banged fringes.
Lesson 1: The Beaded Edge
- materials and preparation
- dotted edge
- beaded blanket stitch
- picot edge (two layer beaded edge)
- bead wrapped corded edge
Lesson 2: Funky Stacks & Fringes
- looped stacks
- matting and framing your work
- branched stacks or fringes
- spiral stack or fringes
Lesson 3: Dimesnsional Bead Embroidery
- bead wrapped couched cord
- flat beaded belt
- standing bugles go wild
Lesson 4: Beaded Bezel
- gourd on the ground beaded bezel
All of these video based lessons will be yours to access permanently in this open-access course.
Q: Will you include links to suppliers?
A: Absolutely yes! If you are an international (outside of the US) student and have bead supplier links to share, please do!
Q: What are the lessons like?
A: Each lesson includes several short video links as well as written commentary, supply lists, and occasional illustrations.
Q: I'm half-way across the world in a different time zone. Will I miss half of what is going on?
A: Not at all. The beauty of online classes is that you can come to them at your convenience. There is no "live" element to this class that you will miss.
Q: I'm out of town during a week of the class, what will I miss?
A: Nothing. You can catch up when you get back. All lessons will be open to you permanently
Q: How much interaction is there from the teacher?
A: If you can't find the answer to your question in the comment section post your query, Lyric will answer within a few days.
Q: Can I interact with other students?
A: Of course. Each lesson has a comment section where students can ask questions and talk to each other. The more you comment, the better!
Q: Is the content downloadable?
A: No, but you can access them anywhere you have wifi or a data connection, for as long as you'd like. This course never closes.
Q: What do I need to know about using a computer?
A: You'll need to be able to save the URL and password for the Ruzuku site. That's about it! If you'd like to share your work with the class you need to know how to photograph or scan your assignments and save them as a jpeg. You can then upload your pictures from your computer or devise into each online lesson.
Q: What do I need to know about using the Ruzuku platform - the space where this class is held?
A: There is a tutorial when you start class, that explains how to use the online classroom. Support@Ruzuku.com is very helpful and you can email them with any technical questions.