Design and Create a Viking Knit and Beaded Bracelet- 14/1

Regular price £50.00 Sale

Price is per item and includes VAT.

Leader : Monica Weber-Butler

Time : Friday 10am to 5pm

Venue: Eclectic Studio, Church Hill, Beer, Devon, EX12 3JB.  

Viking knit is an ancient form of circular wire weaving also known as the trichinopoly chain, originally made from melted down coins turned into fine wire.  Archeologists found examples of this type of chain at various sites in Scandinavia dating from the Seventh Century AD, which is the Viking Era. 

In this session you will learn how to form a chain with a length of successively looped wire, to form a long tube which is then stretched and decorated to create a bracelet.

These are the topics covered:

  • Tools and materials.
  • Single stitch viking knit.
  • Incorporating decorative bead elements.
  • Finishing techniques.
This class is suitable for beginners.

The price includes materials and use of the tools.

There will be an hour for lunch. Lunch is not provided. You are welcome to bring your own or visit one of the cafes or takeaways in Beer.


Monica Weber-Butler is a popular and experienced art & craft teacher who enjoys helping people develop their creative skills. She was born in Mexico, but her heart made England her home in 1985.  She studied Art & Design at the University of Westminster (London), an Honours Degree in Early Childhood Studies at the University of Plymouth and has a City & Guilds Teaching Certificate.  

Having lived in London for 15 years, she moved to the South-West, to the charming village of Beer, where she has lived with her family since 2000.


Directions to Eclectic Studio: The studio is 25 yards up Church Hill (the first corridor on the left, between the trees and the sub-station generator).  Church Hill is the narrow pedestrian road between St. Michael's Church and the Mariners Hall.

The car park is located on Clapps Lane, turn right at the  Dolphin Pub and it is the second entrance on the left.