When you hear the term "Viking knitting," your mind likely jumps to a knit Viking hat. And while that's totally a thing, Viking knitting is actually a jewelry wirework technique that involves knitting wires together to make cords.
Emily Vanek
Meet your instructor, Tammy Honaman.
Review the materials you will need throughout the class.
Tammy teaches you some of the fundamental of bead weaving. Use these tricks throughout your new beading career!
Get started with the most basic stitch: even-count flat peyote
Right-angle weave, or RAW, is Tammy's all-time favorite stitch. Learn why.
Tammy displays many of the wonderful finishing options available. Let these options for clasps, loops, and edges inspire you to create your own design
Tammy reviews tips and tricks when working with these fundamental stitches. She'll discuss adding more thread and testing color swatches.
Use your new skills on any of the five projects in this workshop. A handy download in your class materials has diagrams for each stitch to help you.
Based on ladder stitch, brick stitch can create triangles, rectangles, even tubes
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