For those history buffs among you, you’ll know the Jacobean period was 1603 – 1625, nothing remarkable in historic terms but very big on collars and cuffs!
Four hundred years later and scarcely a craft fair goes by without a plethora of stalls displaying bead embroidery necklaces and bracelets.
Time for a change? As the name would suggest, Jacobeadery is a subtle twist on tradition. We transform conventional thread embroidery stitches into those using beads and then use these to design beautiful items for everyday use… with scarcely a necklace or cuff in sight.
Whether you’re looking for a new hobby or a complementary skill, Jacobeadery can provide everything you need from a choice of instructions only, either download or hardcopy or full kits, which are complete with the exception of some simple tools!
Home Study Course
For those wanting to learn bead embroidery stitches we also have a learn-at-home bead embroidery course which runs over six modules with a project for each module. All materials, beads etc. are provided module by module, project by project and participants learn
58 different stitches ending up with their own sampler portfolio and a resource manual.
Help and advice is always available at the end of a phone – 0151 924 6505/07393 305563 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Better still come and talk to us at the Makit LQ&N (lacemaking, quilting and needlecraft) Fair at Cranmore Park, Solihull, Birmingham B90 4LF on Saturday 1 st December 2018.