Level: Intermediate
Estimated time: 1 day


Project and Sample by Kate Richbourg

Astrid is an old Norse name meaning “divine beauty,” and how accurate a description for this divine piece!

Not just a Kate Classic…a Kate Signature! Kate pioneered this method of making Viking Knit, an ancient wire weaving technique used by…you guessed it, the Vikings! Examples of this beautiful wirework have been found in archeological digs in Scandinavia and the British Isles dating back to the tome of the Vikings, used in jewelry and as decorative trim.
Learn this incredible stitch and create a bracelet worthy of a Viking warrior woman. Tune in for Free Tip Friday on Friday, April 27th to learn how to antique this wire with Liver of Sulphur.

Additional Learning: Ingredients list is to the left and easy shopping can be done with the Shop and Tools Tabs above!

Please join us as our worldwide community gathers on Facebook at 10:30am Pacific Time on April 25th, 2018. It’s so much fun to go live with us and bead together! After the live broadcast the video will be available above.
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$3.25 USD
Faceted Barrel- Antique Copper
$3.55 USD
Mini Hoop- Antique Copper
$1.95 USD
Oasis- Antique Copper
$4.50 USD
Swivel - Antique Copper
$1.75 USD
ParaWire Bare Copper- 26G Round
$4.35 USD
Liver of Sulphur XL Gel
$8.95 USD
Pro Polish Pads
$9.95 USD
Deluxe Wire Chain Draw Plate
$9.95 USD
Maxi- Shear Flush Wire Cutter
$19.75 USD
Eurotool Bent Nose Pliers
$12.95 USD
Eurotool Chain Nose Pliers
$12.95 USD
EuroTool Round Nose Plier
$12.95 USD
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