Northcoast Beadmakers

Kimmyg, Teri Roberts, Bev Butler, Carolyn Martin, Penel, Sandy Morrice, Christine Windolf, Marife (Rifie) Hogan, Su Bishop, Alan Ussher, Maria Dao, Tracy Brown, Terri Smith, Marianne Kerby, John Hanwright, Wendy Hearn, Carole Griffiths, Jan Roebuck, Jenni Wiseman, Gary Lisle, Tania Black, Maxine Chivers, Susan Clarkson, Terri Kraehe, Jenny Potts and Pippa Venter.

Lampworked glass beads, borosilicate glass pendants, borosilicate beads, unique handmade beads, fused glass pendants, fused glass cuffs, handmade designer jewellery, unique art glass jewellery, collectible miniature perfume bottles, gifts from wine glass charms to suncatchers, all made in Australia, as well as natural stone beads, pearls, coral, sterling silver beads and findings...


Glass beadmaking classes – flameworking tuition

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Kimmyg is proud to announce that a new, dedicated flameworking studio has been opened at Yandina on the Sunshine Coast. The studio is purpose built, air-conditioned and is the perfect venue for you to learn the ancient technique of lampworking. Currently tuition is by arrangement and can be tailored to your needs. Whether you are a complete novice or wishing to extend your skills, the team at Yandina are ready to accommodate you! The new studio is situated in Pioneer Road, near the popular Ginger Factory and runs alongside the hot glass studio where internationally recognised and admired artists Stanislav Melis, Tina Cooper, Lucas Salton, Noel Hart, Jonathon Westacott and Greg Royer also work.

Kimmyg will be teaching glass beadmaking, lampworking (or flameworking, as it is otherwise known) classes by arrangement. For further details of all classes go to ‘Teaching’. Classes can be booked to suit your personal timetable and skill level.

In addition to basic courses at beginner, next step and intermediate levels, Kimmyg is offering short courses to extend your skills in Murrini making, Twisties Stringer and Complex Canes, and Using Presses. Maximum class size will be eight and classes are held at the Sunshine Coast Hot Glass Studio in Yandina, on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland. Class fees include use of all equipment and glass.

Welcome to Susan Clarkson who has joined the NCBM team!

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Susan’s world has always included art and creativity. As a home schooling Mum, with a menagerie of animals in her care, it is a wonder she has time for anything, but her passion for flameworking, first ignited in 2006, now represents an important part of her life.

Susan’s connection with ‘the goddess’, that which is a sacred part of a woman’s psyche, is evident in her work and provides her with much needed and well deserved ‘me’ time!!

Visit Susan’s galleries for more


New listings from Carole Griffiths, John Hanwright, Jan Roebuck and Rifie Hogan

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Carole Griffiths

Carole lives in Canberra where she assures me the fairy wrens abound! Her latest submissions include earrings with beautiful little fairy wrens as well as more ready-to-wear necklaces and bracelets.

Browse Carole’s galleries when you have a chance…….


John Hanwright

John has listed some fantastic new necklaces, as always, beautifully made and ready-to-wear….

To see more of John’s work, visit John’s Galleries


Jan Roebuck

Jan has listed new ready-to-wear necklaces as well as loose hollow beads……

Visit Jan‘s galleries for more


Rifie Hogan

hollow beads……Rifie’s characters continue to delight me every time I see her new submissions. Whether they are individual sculptural beads to incorporate into your own designs, or whether they are earrings with a cute, tiny, detailed bear at the end of the drop, they are sure to elicit comment. How could one fail to be charmed?

Visit Rifie’s galleries for more