I also will be teaching a right angle weave bracelet class on Saturday, January 16, using Czech glass as the base of the bracelet accented with druks and Swarovski bicones, and featuring a Unicorne glass toggle. I like right angle weave projects because the stitch is so versatile and your pattern can have a completely different look, depending on the combination of beads that are used. The larger Czech glass beads allow the base to work up fairly quickly and then it's a matter of finishing with the accent beads. The result is a very elegant and beautiful bracelet. I made two samples, one with a little more muted palette and a second with a more vivid colorway ... the photo here is of the more muted bracelet. I'm not normally a 'heart' person, but this Unicorne glass heart bead was absolutely beautiful and I couldn't wait to find a project that I could use it in.
In case you want to create your very own snowflakes (that won't melt when the temperatures reach above freezing), I will also be teaching a square stitch snowflake class on Saturday, January 30. Reading charts and creating your own charted patterns will be covered as part of this class. (Cand't find my photo, but will post when I do.)