Learn Bead Embroidery Tips and Techniques from Bead Artist Mary Tafoya

Bead embroidery by bead artist Mary Tafoya

Bead embroidery is so much more than just beaded backstitch! Are you ready to delve into the world of adding color, texture, shape, and even mixed media jewelry techniques into your bead embroidery pieces? Then you’re ready to attend our live webinar, Bead Embroidery Tips, Techniques, and Inspiration from Mary Tafoya.

Get a closer look at Mary’s award-winning bead embroidered wall hangings, jewelry, and objects as she explains in detail the techniques used to create each one. You’ll come away with an understanding of how to stitch beads to fabric or bead embroidery backing, create a structure for your bead embroidery, and even some new ideas for professional finishing techniques for your bead embroidery pieces. You’ll also learn about techniques and methods for working with color in bead embroidery, including blending, color transitions, and how to showcase a specific color of your choice in your beaded art.

Award-winning bead artist Mary Tafoya

Are you bored with rows of plain beaded backstitch? Take your bead embroidery to the next level (literally) with instruction on how to add dimension and layers to your stitching. When you’ve finished your bead embroidery masterpiece, Mary will show you how to create unique beaded jewelry or wall hangings with her expert techniques.

Don’t miss out on this chance to learn bead embroidery techniques from an award-winning bead artist when you register now for Bead Embroidery Tips, Techniques and Inspiration from Mary Tafoya, happening on Tuesday, November 25, 2014 at 1 p.m. EST. Even if you can’t stay for the entire live presentation, your registration ensures that you’ll be among the first to receive the entire recorded presentation that you can watch over and over again. Participants who phone in during the live event will also have the chance to ask questions and have them answered in real time at the end of the presentation.

Register now for Bead Embroidery Tips, Techniques, and Inspiration with Mary Tafoya and learn how to put your heart into your bead embroidery projects.

Bead Happy,


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