Beadworks Handmade Gifts
Create your own jewelry with high-quality beads
Beadworks Fairfield, 1700 Post Road, Fairfield’s newest bead store recently opened in Heritage Square. With a ‘make the jewelry you want to wear’ motto this store delivers with literally thousands of beads! You will be happily overwhelmed as you decide what to create in this open — a bracelet, necklace, keychain, anklet, earrings, a rosary chain perhaps?
Beadworks Products are carefully selected by Abigail Wall, an experienced jewelry maker dedicated to providing the finest materials to support and inspire the creations of their customers. Both Classic and Traditional designs form the core of their range, however contemporary fashion is the driving force in searching for store products. Beadworks travels to Europe, India and Asia in search of the best beads and their components, available.
Beadworks carries semi-precious beads, gemstone beads, fine lampwork glass, chains, leathers, silks, clasps and a large mix of unique beads. Hump Day (Wednesday) sales and specials will be announced each Monday on their Facebook page. A BOGO (buy one get one) half off all Gemstone strands special is currently running. There is no limit to the number of strands and the strands do not have to be the same Gemstone. You will receive 50% off the lower priced strand, whether it costs $5 or $500.
Holiday Parties; Plan a unique and creative Holiday get together in the store. Beadworks is happy to host a wide variety of personal groups, offices, team building and celebratory events — taking into account each individuals budget and scheduling needs. ‘Beadworks has a sparkly alternative to yet another cookie exchange.’ Bond while you bead with their Children’s parties, Adult parties, Necklace or Bracelet/Anklet Parties, Ladies Night Out and Build Your Own parties. After hours parties are available with a 6 person minimum.
Not sure how to make jewelry? Not a problem, Beadworks claims to ‘relish in teaching people how to make their own jewelry.’ Check out the monthly chocked full lesson calendar on their website: basic beading class, wire wrapping class, silk knotting class, private classes, project classes, macramé or fundamentals. Trunk shows and designer inspired classes also prevail – some of which include: Chan Luu, Alex and Ani, and a Demonstration Day Open House will be held December. “There is more to come, we are constantly adding more,” said Ann Marie Kynoch, Associate.
Also on the website: is a How to Library. Browse or download the attached PDF instructions and literally learn the beading techniques.
Open seven days a week.