Learn Beaded Kumihimo: Where to Start
Some of my favorite Japanese imports include things like sushi (yum), seed beads (yummier), and Zen Buddhism. In the last couple of years, I also added the ancient Japanese art of kumihimo to that list! This traditional technique of crafting braids from fibers and leather has become a popular technique in the last few years among beaders and those who love to do bead crochet and fiber art. Once I took my first class in beaded kumihimo, I started learning all I could about this technique and how I could use it in my beaded jewelry designs.
Are you someone who wants to learn how to do beaded kumihimo, but don’t know where to start? Join artist Maggie Thompson for a live webinar, Beaded Kumihimo Basics, on Tuesday, June 9, 2015 at 1 p.m. EST. Maggie will talk about how to select beading supplies and materials for kumihimo braids, give a brief history of the art of kumihimo braiding, show and discuss techniques for beginning and ending a kumihimo braid, and take you step-by-step through creating your very first beaded kumihimo braid with plenty of detailed instructions and live narration. Best of all, if you attend the live presentation, you’ll have the opportunity to ask questions and have them answered in real time!
Interested in learning more about beaded kumihimo, but can’t make the live event? No worries, when you register now for Beaded Kumihimo Basics, you’ll be among the first to receive a link to the recorded presentation so that you can watch it whenever is most convenient for you as you learn how to make beautiful beaded kumihimo braids.
Take the mystery out of beaded kumihimo, and register now for Beaded Kumihimo Basics with Maggie Thompson!