Visiting the table of the Neverending
One of the biggest surprises at
this show were the beads made from tagua nuts, or vegetable ivory.
If you like beading, you might as well get yourself some of
these, because the vibrant colors and the beautiful ivory-like texture will
work into a beautiful fresh piece of jewelry. Later on you will find some of
them on a panel for dedications or sponsorship, because I could not resist
the possibilities that these beads offer.
But for all the other reasons, this show was a successful
weekend event, and so many people came to take in all that was offered. As
always, there were classes where Rhonda would teach her fabulous wire
wrapping techniques. And of course loads of beads for you to purchase from a
well rounded group of merchants.
As a regular, you know how wonderful these dealers are,
and it is always a pleasure to be among this busy show scene.
If you have dedicated beads, don't forget to find them in
the Journal and on the Panel itself. See the pictures here:
Thank you so much, Audrey and Rick, for giving the
Neverending Necklace a place at your show!
To see more of Audrey and Ricks generous idea, click
Look at the little turtle, isn't it
A very special panel
All dedicated beads from the Bead
Show weekend. See more details on
Coming Bead Shows
What a great way to
honor your loved ones!
current album page with
panel section with all beads from
entire list of dedications from
Event # 75
The Love & Peace Project will come to your
for info about hosting the Neverending
Necklace at your location.