Shaping Your Beadwork: Exploring the Hyperbolic Plane

Shaping Your Beadwork: Exploring the Hyperbolic Plane

  1. 2164 - Shaping Your Beadwork; Exploring the Hyperbolic PlaneThe converging parallel lines that define the hyperbolic plane, embody a flexibility, which allows the beaded fabric to be folded, bent and twisted. In this class, you will learn one method for constructing a simple hyperbolic surface; you will then explore the unique shaping characteristics of these surfaces; and finally you will learn one way to connect several of these surface pieces to construct a 3-dimensional 6-pointed star.This is a 5 hour class.
Instructor: Deb Fairchild
Level: Intermediate
Price: $50.00
Provided: Instruction
Bring: 11/0 seed beads (at least 2 colors), size 11 beading needle, beading thread of choice, all the usual stuff including scissors, wax, beading mat, magnifiers if you typically use them for close work
Class ID: 2164
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