Beading Bits

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The Annual Bead Challenge beads were passed out, and 10 members took on the challenge.  We can’t wait to see what you create!!
In September, the Tidewater Basketry Guild will have a member showing several examples of different materials used in baskets.  Barbara Gibson will bring in some samples, too.
In October, Barbara Gibson will demonstrate the St Petersburg chain.
In November, we will be electing a new Board for 2017.  The Gizmo (coil) will be demonstrated.
In December, the Annual Bead Challenge creation is due, and we have our annual party!!
Ann Smith won the monthly bead jar!!
Are you sharing our flyer?  Attached is a copy you can email, or print and share with others.  We’ll have some at the next meeting.
Have you entered your creations in a contest?  If so, tell us about it!  Put it on all of our social media pages!  Show the world what beaders do best!!
To increase our membership, we urge you to contact those former members who have not attended our meetings, and ask them to come visit.

This Month

This month Rosie Lovelace will demonstrate how to use a cell phone and/or digital camera to take photos of your creative work.  So bring in your lovely work and give it a selfie!
You know you have lonely beads who would love to be in the company of other beads.  Bring them to the meeting, and drop them in the jar!  Make a bead happy!!
Membership dues are due.  Include your dues with your 2016 application.

Classes and Supplies

Bring your Point-and-Shoot Camera or your smartphone or both. You can also bring some of your jewelry and displays to practice with, if you like. We’ll use the black table cloth that BSSV has for a back drop. Weather permitting, We’ll also go outside to practice. Please be prepared for the class.

Beading Inspiration

CATCH A WAVE LADDER STITCH BRACELET

¨ http://facetjewelry.com/stitching/projects/2016/08/catch-a-wave-ladder-stitch-bracelet

 

SEASIDE JEWELRY SET

¨ http://facetjewelry.com/stringing/projects/2016/08/seaside-jewelry-set

 

CAPTURED HEART EARRINGS

¨ http://facetjewelry.com/metal-wire/projects/2016/06/captured-heart-earrings

 

Bead, Gem and Craft Shows

Treasures of the Earth, Inc.   Sept 16 – 18 Richmond Raceway Complex Richmond, VA
Oct 14 – 16 Virginia Beach Convention Center

The Bodacious Bazaar
November 11, 12 & 13
Hampton Convention Center, 1610 Coliseum Dr., Hampton, Va.

Craftsmen’s Classic Art & Craft Festival
October 21, 22 & 23 4320 Chantilly Shopping Center
Chantilly, VA 20151
November 4, 5 & 6 Richmond Raceway Complex – Richmond, VA
The International Gem & Jewelry Show
August 19-21 Chantilly, VA Dulles Expo Center 4320 Chantilly Shopping Center
December 16-19 Chantilly, VA Dulles Expo Center 4320 Chantilly Shopping Center

Bead Fest
August 17-21 GREATER PHILADELPHIA EXPO CENTER
Oaks, Pennsylvania
Innovative Bead Show
August 6-7 Fredericksburg Expo & Conference Centre
2371 Carl D. Silver Pkwy
Fredericksburg, VA 22401
http://www.innovativebeadsexpo.com

 

Intergalactic Bead Show
Aug. 6-7 Richmond Raceway Complex Richmond, VA
Nov. 12 -13 Richmond Raceway Complex Richmond, VA

Beading Bits, July 2016

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Meeting: July 17, 2016 @ 2pm

Well, I’ll keep this short and sweet. June’s class will finish up  at this month’s meeting. Please reference the June newsletter for supplies needed. Also, please sign up for the Bead Challenge at the meeting. Shelley has the mystery beads and will pass them out to those that sign up for the Challenge. Remember the challenge is due back in December finished or not. Dues are still being accepted for those that haven’t paid yet. Please bring in a few scrap beads for the bead jars! Congrats to Pamela Flood, who won the Monthly Bead Jar!!

Remember if you have any ideas and/or thoughts about how we can improve as a society, take/teach classes, or fund raising; SPEAK UP! We are BEADERS, not MIND-READERS! See everyone at the meeting on Sunday! Please keep cool and safe in this heat!

Beading Bits, June

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Special points of interest:

  • Meeting:  June 19th
  • Rhonda Solomon will demonstrate/teach wire work

In May, Catherine Bond showed a wide variety of items made with the Kumihimo technique.  Thanks Catherine!
To increase our membership, we urge you to contact those former members who have not attended our meetings, and ask them to come back.
To help those women returning to work in the LINX program, it was suggested that we take the bead inventory in the BSSV cabinet and make jewelry for them.

  • In June, Rhonda Solomon will demonstrate wire working.
  • In July, the Annual Bead Challenge will issued, so be ready to sign up!  Shelley Davis will demonstrate a double stranded stringing technique.
  • In August, Rosie Lovelace will demonstrate how to use  a cell phone and/or digital camera to take photos of your creative work.
  • In September, the Tidewater Basketry Guild will have a member showing several examples of different materials used in baskets.
  • In November, we will be electing a new Board.
  • In December, the Annual Bead Challenge creation is due, and we have our annual party!!

Evelyn Miller won the monthly bead jar!!  You know you have lonely beads who would love to be in the company of other beads.  Bring them to the meeting, and drop them in the jar!  Make a bead happy!!
Janet spoke with the Intergalactic Bead show.  They will NOT have a bead show in Chesapeake.   They will be in Richmond -August 6 & 7 and November 12 & 13. Those are the only Intergalactic Bead shows that will be in VA.

Classes, Demonstrations and Supplies:

Abalone Shell Focal Piece

  • 22 gauge square wire dead soft or half hard at least 4-5 feet
  • 18-22 gauge half dead soft or half hard at least 2 feet
  • Abalone shell focal piece to wrap
  • 4mm crystals to decorate your focal piece with (at least 15 crystals)

*If you cannot get 22 gauge square and can only find 21 gauge square. Then you Will need to get 6mm crystals instead.

Tools

  • Tape for wire work
  • Beading Mat
  • Bail Maker
  • Flat head pliers
  • Wire cutters
  • Round nose pliers
  • Straightening cloth (used to straighten your wire

*The BeadTender in Williamsburg does sell 22 gauge square by the door.

 

Beading Inspiration

Crochet Sea Glass Necklace: www.allfreejewelrymaking.com/Crocheted-Jewelry/Crochet-Sea-Glass-Necklace

Precious Pearl and Sea Shell DIY Earrings:
http://www.allfreejewelrymaking.com/Strung-Earrings/Precious-Pearl-and-Sea-Shell-DIY-Earrings

Sunlit Seas Mixed Stone Necklace: www.allfreejewelrymaking.com/Strung-Necklace/Sunlit-Seas-Mixed-Stone-Necklace

 

Bead, Gem and Craft Shows

Treasures of the Earth, Inc.

  • July 15-17 VIRGINIA BEACH, VA Virginia Beach Convention Center; 1000 19th Street; Fri. 12-6, Sat. 10-5, Sun. 10-5; Adults $5, Students 16 and under free

 

The Bodacious Bazaar

  • November 11, 12 & 13 Hampton Convention Center, 1610 Coliseum Dr., Hampton, Va.

 

Craftsmen’s Classic Art & Craft Festival

  • October 21, 22 & 23 4320 Chantilly Shopping Center
    Chantilly, VA 20151
  • November 4, 5 & 6 Richmond Raceway Complex – Richmond, VA

 

 The International Gem & Jewelry Show

  • August 19-21 Chantilly, VA Dulles Expo Center 4320 Chantilly Shopping Center
  • December 16-19 Chantilly, VA Dulles Expo Center 4320 Chantilly Shopping Center

 

Bead Fest

  • August 17-21 GREATER PHILADELPHIA EXPO CENTER Oaks, Pennsylvania

Innovative Bead Show

  • August 6-7 Fredericksburg Expo & Conference Center 2371 Carl D. Silver Pkwy Fredericksburg, VA 22401 www.innovativebeadsexpo.com

Intergalactic Bead Show

  • Aug. 6-7 Richmond Raceway Complex
  • Nov. 12 -13 Richmond Raceway Complex

 

Beading Bits, May 2016

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Special points of interest:

◊ Meeting:  May 15th

◊ Catherine Bond will demo Kumihimo

At our April meeting, many members participated in the annual bead sale.
Membership dues are due.  Include your dues with your 2016 application.
We have been in contact with the Tidewater Basketry Guild, and invited them to demonstrate how they use beads in the basket weaving.  We are still waiting for a response.
Here are some ideas for the Society get involved in:  Dragonscale with duos; Bead crochet and embroidery; Something about gemstones, rocks; Kumihimo; Diagonal peyote; St Petersburg necklace; Off-loom; Free-form beading; Polymer clay; Photography using cell phones; Bead/Button collections; Stringing; Right angle weave; Basic wire work; Gizmo; Amulet bags.  If you know of someone, or even yourself, who can demonstrate or share information on these programs, please pass on this info the Board, so we can contact them and set up a date/time.
The Hampton Performing & Creative Arts Center hosts a Homeschool Arts event, every Tuesday and Thursday, weekly throughout the year, from 11:00am – 12:30pm, for home schooled children ages 6-15.  The Center is looking for volunteers to help the students create art, such as:  drawing, painting, doing a play, sing and dance.  The Center is looking for BSSV volunteers to help this group create art?  If so, contact the Center at 757-766-1510.  What a great way to represent the BSSV!!  (There are some paper beads leftover from an event last year.  They can be used for the Homeschool Arts.)
Pandora’s Bead Box is having a sale.  Located in Hilton Village, Newport News.   Check with the store to make sure the sale is still going on.
The Bead Tender is having a sale.  Located in Williamsburg.  Check with the store to make sure the sale is still going on.
In May, Catherine Bond will demonstrate the Kumihimo technique.
In June, Rhonda Solomon will demonstrate wire work.
In July, the Annual Bead Challenge will issued, so be ready to sign up!  Shelley Davis will demonstrate a double stranded stringing technique.
In August, Rosie Lovelace will demonstrate how to use  a cell phone and/or digital camera to take photos of your creative work.
In November, we will be electing a new Board.
In December, the Annual Bead Challenge creation is due, and we have our annual party!!

 

Treasures of the Earth, Inc.
July 15-17 VIRGINIA BEACH, VA Virginia Beach Convention Center; 1000 19th Street; Fri. 12-6, Sat. 10-5, Sun. 10-5; Adults $5, Students 16 and under free

The Bodacious Bazaar
November 11, 12 & 13
Hampton Convention Center, 1610 Coliseum Dr., Hampton, Va.

Craftsmen’s Classic Art & Craft Festival
October 21, 22 & 23 4320 Chantilly Shopping Center
Chantilly, VA 20151
November 4, 5 & 6 Richmond Raceway Complex – Richmond, VA

The International Gem & Jewelry Show
MAY 20-22 CHANTILLY, VA Dulles Expo Center 4320 Chantilly Shopping Center, Chantilly, VA 20151
Friday 12P-6P | Saturday 10A-6P | Sunday 11A-5P
August 19-21 Chantilly, VA Dulles Expo Center 4320 Chantilly Shopping Center
December 16-19 Chantilly, VA Dulles Expo Center 4320 Chantilly Shopping Center

Bead Fest
August 17-21 GREATER PHILADELPHIA EXPO CENTER
Oaks, Pennsylvania

Innovative Bead Show
August 6-7 Fredericksburg Expo & Conference Centre
2371 Carl D. Silver Pkwy
Fredericksburg, VA 22401
http://www.innovativebeadsexpo.com

Intergalactic Bead Show
No local shows

 

Beading Bits, April 2016

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Special points of interest:

 ◊ Meeting:  April 17th

◊ Members’ Only Sale

 

Our March meeting was at held at the Treasurers of the Earth show in Richmond!  Our table did not cost us anything, just our time and effort, for the whole 3 day event!  We spoke with several people who asked about our group and passed out flyers and applications.  We discussed using our library as incentive for our members to check out a book, do one of the patterns in the book, and then come back the next month to show and tell what you did from the book.
Membership dues are due.  Include your dues with your 2016 application.
For our April meeting, there will be a members’ only bead sale will give you a chance to do some bead destashing!  Five percent of the sales will go to the BSSV.
We have been in contact with the Tidewater Basketry Guild, and invited them to demonstrate how they use beads in the basket weaving.  We are still waiting for a response.
Here are some ideas for the Society get involved in:  Dragonscale with duos; Bead crochet and embroidery; Something about gemstones, rocks; Kumihimo; Diagonal peyote; St Petersburg necklace; Off-loom; Free-form beading; Polymer clay; Photography using cell phones; Bead/Button collections; Stringing; Right angle weave; Basic wire work; Gizmo; Amulet bags.  If you know of someone, or even yourself, who can demonstrate or share information on these programs, please pass on this info the Board, so we can contact them and set up a date/time.
In May, Catherine Bond will demonstrate the Kumihimo technique.
In June, Rhonda Solomon will demonstrate wire work.
In July, the Annual Bead Challenge will issued, so be ready to sign up!  Shelley Davis will demonstrate a double stranded stringing technique.
In August, Emily Satterwhite will demonstrate the gizmo.
In November, we will be electing a new Board.

This Month

Members’ Only Sale! Time to de-stash! Check or cash (exact amount only) and price items in increments of $0.25. 5% of sales goes to BSSV. Please either put your name or initials on sale items and let our Treasurer, Shelley Davis, know which you used; so BSSV can get your payments back to you in a timely manner.
Dues are still due!
Remember to bring your extra, unwanted, lonely, castaway, beads to the meeting for the monthly bead jar, and the annual bead jar. Time to build the jars back up again!

Beading Inspiration

Ocean Blue Anklet

  •  www.favecrafts.com/Anklets/Ocean-Blue-Anklet

 

DIY Wire Charm Bracelet

 

In Bloom Lemonade Ring

 

Beading Bits, March 2016

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Treasures of the Earth offered us a table at their event in February. Several visitors stopped by our table and picked up flyers.
Membership dues are due.  Include your dues with your application.
The members present at the meeting came up with some possible programs for the Society:  Dragon scale with duos; Bead crochet and embroidery; Something about gemstones, rocks; Kumihimo; Diagonal peyote; St Petersburg necklace; Off-loom; Free-form beading; Polymer clay; Photography using cell phones; Bead/Button collections; Stringing; Right angle weave; Basic wire work; Gizmo; Amulet bags.  If you know of someone, or even yourself, who can demonstrate or share information on these programs, please pass on this info the Board, so we can contact them and set up a date/time.
Do you know of anyone who can be a guest speakers that would like to come to our meetings?  Please bring those names and contact information to the meetings.  Some suggestions are people from a quilting guilds, basket weaving guilds; gemologists, bead store owners, etc.
The Gem and Mineral Society has invited us to come visit them at one of their meetings. They meet the first Thursday (@ 7 pm) of each month at Sandy Bottom Nature Park and vice versa.
The Board will be looking into making the BSSV non-profit.  We will be contacting past Board members for more information. The Board will be looking into making the BSSV non-profit.  We will be contacting past Board members for more information.
Denise Turner won the bead jar! Congrats!
We had 2 guests join us:  Earl Rohrer and Chaz Arban.  Earl is interested in stringing bracelets.  Chaz is interested in wire work.  They filled out applications, but have not paid yet.
Hey, we’re thinking out of the box. Instead of holding our next meeting at the Center, will be “meeting” at the Treasures of the Earth in Richmond! Treasures is once again offering us free table space for the entire weekend, March 18-20.  This event will be in Virginia Beach at least 3 more times this year.  So, there may be more opportunities for us to represent the Society.
Evelyn Miller demonstrated the herringbone technique to some interested members at the meeting.  I don’t know if this is something she did at the meeting, or wanted to do at a later meeting!!
We are planning another craft sale.  We are looking at different venues to hold the event.
March 18-20, Treasures of the Earth in Richmond, VA
In April, the member only bead sale will give you a chance to do some bead destashing!  Five percent of the sales will go to the BSSV.
In May, Catherine Bond will demonstrate the Kumihimo technique.
In June, Rhonda Solomon will demonstrate wire work.
In July, the Annual Bead Challenge will issued, so be ready to sign up!  Shelley Davis will demonstrate a double stranded stringing technique.
In August, Emily Satterwhite will demonstrate the gizmo.
In November, we will be electing a new Board.
The Coffee News is a weekly newsletter that has a What’s Happening section.  We can submit our information, 3 weeks in advance, and let people know about the Society.  I don’t know how much space we will be allotted.  Here is a draft:
“The Bead Society of Southeastern Virginia is dedicated to furthering the art of beading in a noncompetitive environment. Additional information: beadsocietyofvirginia.workpress.com
http://www.facebook.com/beadsociety.southeasternva.”
Ritz Too!  is an online magazine that features a Bead Society.  We will be exploring how we can get our information in the magazine.

This Month

Our March meeting will be at the Treasures of the Earth event, at the Richmond Raceway Complex, in Richmond, Mar 18-20.
Dues are due! Denise Turner won the bead jar! Congrats! Remember to bring your extra, unwanted, lonely, castaway, beads to the meeting for the monthly bead jar, and the annual bead jar. Time to build the jars back up again!

Bead, Gem and Craft Shows

Treasures of the Earth, Inc.
March 18-20 RICHMOND, VA Richmond Raceway Complex; 600 E Laburnum Avenue; Fri. 12-6, Sat. 10-5, Sun. 10-5; Adults $5, Students 16 and under free
April 29-May 1 VIRGINIA BEACH, VA Virginia Beach Convention Center; 1000 19th Street; Fri. 12-6, Sat. 10-5, Sun. 10-5; Adults $5, Students 16 and under free

The Bodacious Bazaar
April 29 – May 1 Fort Monroe & boardwalk – Hampton,VA
(757) 255-8680

Craftsmen’s Classic Art & Craft Festival
March 11 – 13 Richmond Raceway Complex – Richmond, VA

The International Gem & Jewelry Show
MAY 20-22 CHANTILLY, VA Dulles Expo Center 4320 Chantilly Shopping Center, Chantilly, VA 20151
Friday 12P-6P | Saturday 10A-6P | Sunday 11A-5P
August 19-21 Chantilly, VA Dulles Expo Center 4320 Chantilly Shopping Center
December 16-19 Chantilly, VA Dulles Expo Center 4320 Chantilly Shopping Center

Bead Fest
April 7-10 GREATER PHILADELPHIA EXPO CENTER
Oaks, Pennsylvania http://www.beadfest.com/
August 17-21 GREATER PHILADELPHIA EXPO CENTER
Oaks, Pennsylvania

Innovative Bead Show
August 6-7 Fredericksburg Expo & Conference Centre
2371 Carl D. Silver Pkwy Fredericksburg, VA 22401
http://www.innovativebeadsexpo.com

Intergalactic Bead Show
April 9-10 Richmond Raceway Complex 600 E. Laburnum Ave., Sat. 10-5, Sun. 10-5; Adults $4-$5, Children free; contact Shawnna Whitson, (888)-729-6904; beadshows.com

The Twenty-Fourth Spring Market of The Bizarre Bazaar
April 1 – 3 Richmond Raceway Complex – Richmond, VA
The Smokin’ Barbecue Festival
April 16 Historic Old Towne Petersburg -Petersburg, VA
Revolutionary War Reenactment
April 16 – 17
Historic Battersea – Petersburg, VA
Sensational Arts & Craft Show & Herb Show
April 16 – 17
The Fred Heutte Center – Norfolk, VA
Virginia International Tattoo
April 21 – 24 Scope Arena – Norfolk, VA
Norfolk NATO Festival
April 23 Town Point Park – Norfolk, VA
Spring Bling Vendor Craft Show
April 23, Emmanuel Episcopal Church – Hampton, VA
The Bodacious Bazaar
April 29 – May 1
Fort Monroe & boardwalk – Hampton, VA
(757) 255-8680

Beading Bits, February 2016

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Special points of interest:

 © February 21st meeting

© Open Beading

© Treasures of the Earth

© International Gem and Jewelry show

 

Please bring your ideas to the meeting for activities the Bead Society can participate in.  We need to build our membership, and letting the community know we’re here through activities. This may bring new members to our Society. Some suggestions:  open houses in local bead/craft stores, having a table at a vendor event, teaching a class, inviting in a local artist or group, field trips, etc.
Are there some beading techniques you can teach the Society?  Want to learn a beading technique, or need help with a pattern?  We’re looking for members to teach us some beading techniques.  If you would like to teach a class, please let the Board know, so we can schedule the class.  Some suggestions are a gizmo class, a loom class, amulet bags, basic wire wrapping.
Do you know of any guest speakers that would like to come to our meetings?  Please bring those names to the next meeting.  Some suggestions are people from the quilting guild, basket weaving guild, bead store owner. etc.
The Board will be looking into making the BSSV non-profit.  More to come.
Becky Greubel won the bead jar!
We are planning another craft sale.  We are looking at different venues to hold the event.  We will be looking for donations from local companies to sponsor us?
At the next meeting, please renew your membership.
Treasures of the Earth show is also this month.

The BeadTender is planning a trip to the International Gem and Jewelry show in Chantilly, on Feb 20.
In April, the member only bead sale will give you a chance to do some bead destashing!  Five percent of the sales will go to the BSSV.

For July, the Annual Bead Challenge will be issued, so be ready to sign up!
For August, Emily Satterwhite will teach a gizmo class.
For November, we will be electing a new board.
Are we doing this?  The Bra-ha-ha is in October.  If you are interested in participating, please let the Board know.
Ads in free newspaper? Do you know of other free advertising? Please let us knowYou can show off your creations on BSSV social media, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram.  Show the world the BSSV is alive and well, and creating beautiful crafts!!  Bring your creations to the meetings for Show & Tell!  We would love to see them “in person”!

This month

February is open beading. 

Dues are due!

Remember to bring your extra, unwanted, lonely, castaway, beads to the meeting for the monthly bead jar, and the annual bead jar.  Time to build the jars back up again!

beadtenderbustrip

 

Contact for Bus Trip:

The Beadtender 5100 Main Street Williamsburg, Va 23188 (757) 253-2323

https://www.facebook.com/Thebeadtender/

http://www.beadtender.com/

sande@beadtender.com

 

 

Beading Bits January 2016

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Great news!!  For 2016, we can use the room at the Center!  We will complete a contract with the Center, and donate $20 per Sunday to use the room on a month-by-month basis.
At our Jan. 17th meeting, please bring your thoughts of what you want from the BSSV.
Our holiday party potluck was fun.  The food was delicious, the company was excellent, and the gift exchange was fun!
If you know of a member who hasn’t been to a meeting lately, give them a call and invite them to come out.  It would be a great way to start 2016.
2016 is here!  Bring your 2016 ideas to the next meeting.  Open houses in local bead/craft stores, having a table at a vendor event, teaching a class, inviting a local artist or group, field trips, etc.  Some suggestions are a gizmo class and a loom class. Our Annual Bead Challenge brought out various creations from our members! Thanks to all who participated.  Emily Satterwhite won the gift card for her polymer clay clock!
Ann Smith won the monthly bead jar!  Becky Greubel won the annual bead jar!   Remember to bring your extra, unwanted, lonely, castaway, beads to the meeting for the monthly bead jar, and the annual bead jar.  Time to build them back up again!
You can show off your creations on BSSV social media, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram.  Show the world the BSSV is alive and well, and creating beautiful crafts!!  Bring your creations to the meetings for Show & Tell!  We would love to see them “in person”!

FYI:  Owners of Off the Beading Path in Occoquan, VA are selling their store.

Beading Inspiration

Stone Glam

Coraled V

Icicle Fringe

 

Bead and Gem Shows

Treasures of the Earth, Inc.

  • February 19-21 HAMPTON, VIRGINIA Hampton Roads Convention Center; 1610 Coliseum Drive; Fri. 12-6, Sat. 10-5, Sun. 10-5; Adults $5, Students 16 and under free
  • March 18-20 RICHMOND, VA Richmond Raceway Complex; 600 E Laburnum Avenue; Fri. 12-6, Sat. 10-5, Sun. 10-5; Adults $5, Students 16 and under free
  • April 29-May 1 VIRGINIA BEACH, VA Virginia Beach Convention Center; 1000 19th Street; Fri. 12-6, Sat. 10-5, Sun. 10-5; Adults $5, Students 16 and under free

The International Gem & Jewelry Show

  • FEBRUARY 19-21 CHANTILLY, VA Dulles Expo Center 4320 Chantilly Shopping Center, Chantilly, VA 20151 Friday 12P-6P | Saturday 10A-6P | Sunday 11A-5P
  • MAY 20-22 CHANTILLY, VA Dulles Expo Center 4320 Chantilly Shopping Center, Chantilly, VA 20151 Friday 12P-6P | Saturday 10A-6P | Sunday 11A-5P

Bead Fest

  • April 7-10 GREATER PHILADELPHIA EXPO CENTER

Oaks, Pennsylvania http://www.beadfest.com/

  • August 17-21 GREATER PHILADELPHIA EXPO CENTER

Oaks, Pennsylvania

Innovative Bead Show

  • August 6-7 Fredericksburg, VA Fredericksburg Expo & Conference Centre 2371 Carl D. Silver Pkwy Fredericksburg, VA 22401 www.innovativebeadsexpo.com