Pearl Knotting
            ~ Glynna White
Materials Needed:
Beads:  1-2 strand of freshwater Pearls
Thread: Silk cording, typically size 2, but depends                                               
upon the size of the hole in the pearl
Clasp:   Box or Pearl clasps (no toggles)

Technique Used:
Two stranded Pearl knotting

Skill Level:
Learn this easy and very consistent technique of Pearl knotting to
make treasured bracelets or  necklaces. Try adding crystals or spacers
for a new, fun look!
Beadoholique, Too:
If you try to register for a class, but it will not add it to the
shopping cart, the class is unfortunately already full.  
Check back next month to see if its offered again!
To sign up for a class you may register online, come into the shop, or call us!  Students must be a minimum of 13
years old to participate, or twelve years old if taken with a paying adult.
If you sign up online for a class less than 24 hours in advance you MUST call the
shop and speak to an associate for availability.
Payment for class is due when you sign up.  You must come early to purchase needed supplies. Evening classes
require that materials be purchased prior to 6pm (or 5pm on weekends), since the stores may be closed to
Students must have all necessary supplies/tools and be ready when the class begins.  Walk-ins are
welcome if space is still available and if supplies have been pre-purchased.
Class will begin on time.  No one will be
admitted late to class.
Late-comers must reschedule for another class. A refund will not be given.  If you cannot attend your scheduled class,
you must call us 24 hours in advance to cancel and we will gladly refund your money.  
If you fail to show up for a class, your class fee will be forfeited.
Please read our Cancellation & Student Participation Policy:
Please keep in mind that the shop closes at 6pm Mon-Fri.
Students must purchase all necessary supplies for evening classes before the store closes for the day at 6pm.
Please make sure you arrive for evening classes with all necessary materials.
Pearl Knotting
Wednesday, April 1, 2015, 2-4pm
Glynna White