Beadwork

Nicole Vogt: A Passion for Beading

NICOLE VOGT started beading the same way many of us do—she received a strung necklace as a gift and wondered how to make a similar one. Her two sisters loved the necklace just as much as she did, so they ventured to a local handicraft shop in search of instruction and supplies. At the shop, she saw samples of jewelry made with seed beads. Those magical little bits of glass sparked her interest even further, and her passion for beading began in earnest.

VARIETY IS THE SPICE

A frequent contributor to from her home in Germany, Nicole

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