My suitcase is finally unpacked from Tucson. I did not buy much stuff there this year, but I met a lot of great people.
As you know, I teach jewelry classes annually in Tucson Gem and Mineral show. This year I was teaching at TEP.
|The weather was nice, warm and sunny, sometimes windy (yes, it was a little challenging but fun:))|
|Free jewelry making demo: Jodi Bombardier and Lena Bugrimenko|
|Three talented instructors-"Chain Maille Lady" Lauren Andersen, Lena Bugrimenko, Irina Wilson.|
|Deb, Alice, Shawn, and Ray are taking my "Tree of Life" pendant class. I had fun teaching this class!|
|It's always nice to see a student from the last year. Helen also took my class "tree of Life". Very good job!|
|Irina Wilson (on the right) is teaching Celia bead embroidery.|
|And now, Celia was taking my "Catch a Gem Pendant" class. Well done, Celia!|
|Fay (on the right) is now jewelry making expert. Right, Fay?|
|Noshi made her first ever piece of jewelry!|
|Sally, Cheryl, and Gloria are making wire woven bracelets.|
|Teachers not only teach, they also learn. Lauren is taking Irina's bead embroidery class.|
|Dale "Cougar" Armstrong is busy with 7 students:)|
|Love these two teachers: always funny Meredith Arnold and Bea Grob.|
|Dr.Ray is taking Meredith Arnold's class "metal etching". I want to try this technique too... some day.|
Part 1 is here.