Sunny Skies (Zoom) Class
Bead Embroidery Necklace
with Anna (Hatvani) Lisztes of Precious HeartBeads

  • $65.00
    Unit price per 

Registration will open Sunday, January 22nd at 12:00 p.m. EST - until then, the class will show as 'sold out', regardless of the amount of seats available. 
Class will be held Saturday, March 11th - Full Schedule (EST):

10 am – 5 pm – 1 hour lunch break – from 1 -2 pm, then two other coffee breaks, like 11:30-11:45 and 3:30-3:45 pm

Kit fee is USD 90, not included in class fee (plus taxes/vat and shipping) - Kits are mandatory and will be available from the instructor for $90 - they will be shipped from Hungary, so please place your order with Anna as soon as information is emailed to you.  

Sunny Skies Bead Embroidery Necklace

A delicate and complex design featuring a marquise shape dragon veins agate in teal/turquoise. The necklace has three different parts, which can stretch your beady skills. Pendant is made with bead embroidery using French wire technique. The bezel for the rivoli is another part to play with and the beaded strap shows unique way to use different shaped beads in bead weaving.

Level of difficulty: Intermediate, Advanced

Techniques:  Bead Embroidery, Bead Weaving

Zoom format: Anyone with the necessary experience is encouraged to register, but must be comfortable working virtually from their own space.

Artist Bio
Anna Lisztes (Hatvani) is a Hungarian bead artist, born in 1979 in Budapest.
She has always been a crafty person, started to make her own jewelry at the age of 5. As a teenager her dream was to become fashion designer and silversmith, but taking her parents’ advice she studied Law.
After finishing the University, she has worked for many years for multinational companies- supporting the management as HR/Organizational Development/ Lean expert.
After her first son was born, she fell in love again with jewelry design and bead embroidery became a real passion to her.
Shortly after opening her ETSY shop in 2010, custom orders started to flow – so she started making and selling tutorials and kits of her designs to satisfy a wider range of customers.
Although she participated numerous beading contests and challenges, also appeared in beady magazines worldwide, she prefers to stay out of competitions and practice her art as the best way to find her inner peace – and pleasing people whom are interested.
„Designs are flashing in my mind as finished pieces, all I have to do is to take a deep breath and start realizing them. They are coming like callings from deep in my heart and soul, and I just feel the urge to hold them in my hands finally.”
She lives in northern Hungary by the feet of the mountains, close to the wilderness surrounded by her loving children and pets. She gains inspiration from nature, mythology and history of art.
Creating bead embroidered jewelry became a full time profession in 2020, which enables her to focus on her art other than rising up her 3 sons.