You will be amazed at the programme of demonstrations we have lined up for this event. No need to book or pay, there is a rolling schedule from some of the best teachers and tutors from across the UK.
At the October 2017 show you can enjoy demonstrations on polymer clay, wirework techniques and so much more with tutors such as Linda Jones, Bonnie McGough, Alison Tarry and James, The lonely soldier.
Discover with Steph Gibb how versatile these Superduo duet beads are with these simple and effective components. By using the same beads in different ways you can create a range of different designs.
Linda Jones will be demonstrating wire shapes on a Christmas theme: such a Star, Holly Leaf and Spiral which can be used for decorations, gifts and jewellery. She’ll be showing shaping and hammering techniques using plated and aluminium wires. Great inspiration for Christmas!
The exuberant Bonnie McGough will demonstration how to work with polymer clay to create beautiful beads.
During this demonstration Vivien Hussey, will show you how to create a spiral rope icicle decoration. You'll learn how to start off a spiral rope and how to increase the diameter of the rope to create a tapered effect. Vivien will also have other spiral rope jewellery on hand so that you can see just how versatile and useful this stitch is.
Alison will be demonstrating how to make a unicorn pendant which compliments her latest DVD "Fantasy Wire Horses". Come along and see how she starts the process of creating these fantastic creatures.
Lonely Soldier Designs will be demoing basic wire pendant making, showcasing techniques for beginners and those looking to improve their skills; all from his latest book being launched at the show. He will be creating a basic pendant, in wire and describing and showing some of the essential skills needed to begin learning to work with wire. There will be plenty of design hints and tips as well.
Learn the art of French Beaded Flowers, demonstrated by Create and Craft Ambassador Sarah Millsop.
Watch Sarah as she teaches you the essential techniques required to create your own statement flowers that can be used as a beautiful element in your jewellery making.
Rachel, will be demonstrating how to saw out, file, sand, texture, shape and drill the flower, shape the leaves, make a backing plate and attach flowers into place to make up this beautiful pendant.
Come and watch our new editor - Vicky, demonstrate the larger component from this stunning Swarovski encrusted bracelet. Using a variation on a right angle weave bezel and netting, this little component works up very quickly, with super sparkly results.