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Heather Kingsley Heath – LilyBeth Bracelet & Pendant

March 23 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm


Lilybeth is one of Heather’s most popular workshops and for 2019 Heather has added a pendant variation a double sided pendant variation to the design.

LilyBeth is a repeating motif bracelet embellished with chaton crystals. Lilybeth is worked as a continuous piece using a combination of stitches to create a bangle or bracelet.
Students can choose the bracelet or pendant option in class.

Skill level: intermediate: confident with thread tension.
Techniques: Albion Stitch, Right Angle Weave, Netting.

Cost: £40 plus materials (see below for materials list)

Kits for this workshop will be available to purchase from Heather on the day.

Heather Kingsley Heath

Heather is an English beadwork artist who teaches nationally and internationally.  She teaches at Milwaukee, Wisconsin’s Bead&Button Show; Beader’s Best in Hamburg, Germany; the UK’s Big Bead Show; and Das Perlament in Cologne, Germany. She is the current UK Ambassador for National Beading Week.

Heather’s love of beads and colour is infectious and she has inspired and encouraged many budding designers. Her beaded jewellery is delicate, richly detailed and infinitely wearable. With designs inspired by history, heritage, vintage and treasure, her work explores the relationships between wearer and object. Heather is also known for her more experimental figurative and sculptural pieces which combine a huge range of seed beading techniques with magical wizardry to create three dimensional pieces inspired by nature and her English garden.  To learn more about Heather and her work, visit her website.


8g 1.8mm Miyuki mini cube beads A
5g size 11 Miyuki seed beads B
6g size 15 Miyuki seed beads C
4g size 15 Miyuki seed beads D
9 (10-12 for larger sizes) 8mm swarovski (or Preciosa) Chaton 
In line bracelet clasp or similar
For the small pendant. Materials as above, plus a ready made metal tassel (or 12 4mm bicone crystals (or similar) each in two colours if you want to make a beaded tassel.
For the larger pendant:
16 ss39 Swarovski chaton (8 per side)
double quantities of sizes cubes, sizes 15 and 11 seed beads as given for the bracelet.
Optional extra: 27 or 30mm cabochon (in class there have been successes with Swarovski chequerboard, giant rivoli, Luna soft cabs and plaing glass cabs)


8 available
Heather Kingsley Heath 23rd March 2019£40.00


March 23
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
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