Convergent Series

learning, using & teaching metal clay, and other aspects of life

Be Happy: This Saturday @ Zelda’s!

Posted by C Scheftic on 2011/12/15

This Saturday, December 17, if you find yourself anywhere around the corners where Pennsylvania, Ohio, and West Virginia meet up (near where the Allegheny, Monongahela, and Ohio Rivers connect), you really should head on over to Zelda’s Bead Kit Company in Bridgeville, PA.

If you’ve been to Zelda’s already, then you know the range of beads, stones, pearls, glass, and pewter, plus wire, findings, tools, and more that Trish stocks there (a bit of which you can see in the first photo, above right). If you haven’t been there yet, well, then take this opportunity to check it out. It’s a very delightful place, because of the mix of great products and wonderful people. “Everyone There is Happy!”

And Saturday should be great because there will be even more folks there that day: a whole collection of friends and workshop teachers have been invited over for a special “Holiday Open House and Christmas Party” that will also serve as a showcase of local talent. We’ll have finished pieces for sale, and be happy to talk with you about workshops we plan to offer, or others you might like us to add to the schedule, for projects you’d like to undertake yourself.

This post ends with photos of just a few of the samples I made for workshops I’ve led at Zelda’s in the past year; samples for 2012 are in the design stage and will start to appear soon after the start of the new year.

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