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Multi Chain Necklace



with Lise Flyman
Sunday, March 30, 2014

9:30am - 12:30pm

Class Fee: $55.00
  Materials Fee: $35.00 

If you have problems registering, please don't give up! Send us an email and we'll help!

Materials fee is payable in cash to the instructor at the time of the class.

Please click on the Registration Info button for full rules, details and conditions of registering for classes.

A statement necklace is the must-have jewelry piece of the Spring 2014 season. Learn to create a variety of chain link forms, make a bail to add a gorgeous center piece, form a hand crafted clasp, then connect them all together and you're ready to turn heads wherever you go. You'll want one for every outfit in your wardrobe!

Skill level: Beginner
Length of Class: 3 Hours  
Supplies Students Need to Bring: 

  • Large focal bead or centerpiece pendant (check out the bead show vendors if you're stuck for ideas!)
  • Flat Nose Pliers
  • Flush Cutters
  • Round Pliers
  • Metal Files

Instructor will have tools available for use during class. Please be prepared to share if you do not bring your own.

Students are encouraged to bring magnifiers or Optivisors if needed.

Instructor: Lise Flyman

Lise has been teaching for the Fraser Valley Bead Show for many years. She took the past couple of years off to reconnect with her artistic side and returns to us with several fun and informative classes. Lise loves to share her enthusiasm in creating jewelry and easily guides students through their projects. She is famous for having multiple variations of the piece she's teaching - students LOVE the added inspiration! 

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Please print your Paypal receipt for free admission to the show all weekend. Valid for class participant only.Online registration for all classes closes at midnight on March 26, 2014.


Mail-in registrations will close on March 21, 2014.


You will be able to register for classes at the show, although due to extreme popularity, some classes may be full by then.