BeadFX at Toronto Bead Society Fair this weekend


beadFX is thrilled to be a vendor again at the Toronto Bead Society Fall Fair. We always have special deals exclusively offered at this show. What is this year’s special? You’ll just have to visit us at the show to find out. For information on the show, please visit www.torontobeadsociety.orgMarg was recently interviewed for the TBS blog. See the interview below. How long have you been coming to the TBS Bead Fair as a vendor?
BeadFX has been coming as a vendor since the Fair began. All of us who come to show look forward to seeing familiar faces and interacting with our customers. It’s also a chance to meet new customers and share what BeadFX offers.What new trends do you see coming in jewellery making?
We’re seeing a lot of interest in shaped beads – spikes, gumdrops, Twins, and now, studs. Of course, jewellery making isn’t limited to beads! Metalworking classes and soldering is very popular too and we stay busy sourcing and stocking products for all interest groups. People are mixing medias – they are beading on felt; adding metal to bead work — there is a lot of overlap!What wonderful products will you be bringing to the Bead Fair for shoppers?
We’ll be bringing lots of stuff. Now that we’re putting products on racks, we have the opportunity to bring more products than ever to the TBS show. Customers can expect a large selection of seed beads, wire, stringing, finding, and some tools.Why should shoppers be sure to stop at your booth?
This year we’re going to be offering demonstrations that will relate to the huge array of classes that we offer. People will be able to meet some of our teachers and have a taste of what will be taught in coming weeks.

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