Our 2017 Bead Bazaar is over, but save the date for our 2018 Bead Bazaar on August 4 and 5!
Save the date for our 2017 Bead Bazaar!
This year’s Bead Bazaar will take place on Saturday and Sunday, August 5 and 6, at the Scottish Rite Event Center in Mission Valley!
Shop on Saturday from 10:00 A.M to 6:00 P.M
and on Sunday from 10:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.
According to the January 2 issue of Accessories Magazine, “accessories are getting the beaded treatment for Spring 2017. From earthly and natural colors to rich and aquatic hues, look to seed beads, glass beads and wood beads that are layered and wrapped. Embellishments range from tiny tassel to raw crystals and metal accents.”
Our Bazaar is the perfect place to purchase materials and finished pieces of jewelry so you can create and wear all things beady in 2017 and beyond!
As a bit of background, our annual Bead Bazaar is our largest fundraiser, and 2017 marks the 18th year that we have put on the event. Proceeds from the Bazaar help the SDBS support many activities throughout the year, including speakers and classes, community outreach, and our affiliation with the Mingei International Museum. Our Bazaar brings together finished jewelry from unique jewelry artists and vendors that provide quality merchandise for all your jewelry-making needs.
Admission is free to all active military personnel and their families with proper ID.
Plenty of free parking at the Scottish Rite Event Center, located at 1895 Camino Del Rio South, San Diego, 92128.
|Offer Expires: Aug. 6, 2017|
What You Can Find at the Bead Bazaar:
- Loads of beads, semi-precious stones, and crystals
- Gorgeous gemstones
- Unique lampwork and handcrafted glass beads
- Austrian Swarovski crystals, many in unique shapes and sizes
- European glass beads, both modern and vintage
- Czech beads including the new shapes and two-holed collections, like SuperDuos and pip beads
- Japanese seed beads (both Toho and Miyuki) in a great selection of colors and sizes
- Jewelry designs in chain maille, bead weaving, kumihimo, polymer clay, and precious metal clay
- Copper beads and findings
- Yarn for your knitting needs
- Beautiful imported Czech glass buttons
- Popular and practical beading mats and beading accessories
- Stringing materials, threads, and wire, including Fireline, One-G, and nymo
- Lapidary and wire-working tools
- Charms and charm sets
- Finished pieces that are perfect for you or for gift-giving
- Vendors with artistic and contemporary beads and handcrafted items from around the world
- Make-and-Take jewelry classes and jewelry-making demonstrations offered throughout the event
Information about Make-and-Take Classes:
If you would like to sign up for one of our Make-and-Take classes at the Bazaar, please go to this page of our website after July 1.
We’re excited to welcome the following vendors to this year’s Bead Bazaar:
|7 Hands Design||Lindy Lopez|
|Allene’s Beads||Allene Rose|
|Bead Art-Worth||Jody Young|
|The Beading Design Tool||Orly Garrett|
|Beads Creation||Patrick Wong|
|Beads & Crafts Inc.||Patrick Zhang|
|Beads on Main||Monika Lindeman|
|Chinook Jewelry Designs (Saturday only)||Melissa Essenburg|
|Cynthia Rutledge Beadwork||Cynthia Rutledge|
|Designs by Jonna||Jonna Faulkner|
|Diane Day Designs (Sunday only)||Diane Day|
|Divine Spark Designs||Jenny Friske-Baer|
|Eksha Creations, LLC||Eksha Limbu|
|Jewel Pledge||Justina Ho|
|Jujee Beads||Judy Carlson|
|Karen Gassaway Designs||Karen Gassaway|
|Kay Teeters Designs||Kay Teeters|
|Kilim Company||Daryoush Yerushalmi|
|Klew’s Gallery||Karen Lewis|
|Laura Souder Studio||Laura Souder Studio|
|Leilani Arts||Ken Wing|
|Linda Dillard||Linda Dillard|
|Pati Fabian||Pati Fabian|
|Patricia Larsen Art Glass||Patricia Larsen|
|Pema Arts||Pema Gurung|
|The Rita Okrent Collection||Jocelyne Okrent|
|Sandy’s Adornments||Sandy McManus|
|Sandy Shor & Co.||Katy Zimmerman|
|Spirit, Inc.||Polly Kanazaki|
|Tangible Light Studio||Michelle Davis|
|Trans-Pacific USA||Bob Huang|
|Whim Beads/Out on a Whim||Beki and Shawn Haley|
|Wild Things Beads||Guy and Jaime Lynn|
|Yarnover Truck||Maridee Nelson|