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Gemstones and charms: New Nashua business booming with beads

Correspondent photo by LORETTA JACKSON Beadles Bead Shop & Boutique co-owner Diana Seremet, left, store manager Stephanie Cormier, and Merrimack crafter Pat Burnham, seated, confer at one of the free craft nights hosted on Wednesday evenings at the Nashua shop, a haven for practitioners of the ancient art of beading. Burnham, a beader for 17 years, is completing a beaded heirloom holiday ornament that requires nearly 4,000 tiny seed beads.
Correspondent photo by LORETTA JACKSON A portion of a holiday ornament crafted by Merrimack’s Pat Burnham during a recent craft night at Beadles Bead Shop & Boutique when completed will be a fully detailed, beaded carousel crafted from a holiday pattern that entails the incorporation of numerous colors interspersed with touches of gold seed beads.
Correspondent photo by LORETTA JACKSON A small portion of a beaded ornament under completion at a recent craft night at Beadles Bead Shop & Boutique is the work of Merrimack’s Pat Burnham, a nurse’s assistant with Home, Health and Hospice Care in Merrimack, whose beading experience of 17 years is apparent in the quality and intricacy of this work of art.
Correspondent photo by LORETTA JACKSON Diana Seremet, co-owner with her husband, Emil, of Beadles Bead Shop & Boutique in Nashua, displays some of the shop’s many hand-beaded necklaces, bracelets and other beading ready for presentation as gifts or for wearing to guaranteed rave reviews.
Correspondent photo by LORETTA JACKSON A lavish collection of strung gemstones is offered by Diana Seremet at Beadles Bead Shop & Boutique, newly opened in June and fully stocked with seed beads, vintage Lucite beads, Swarovski crystal beads and a wide assortment of findings that make any beading project a beautiful undertaking.
Correspondent photo by LORETTA JACKSON A wide variety of antique Lucite beads and many others suitable for any beading project are abundant at Beadles Bead Shop & Boutique, where free Wednesday evening craft classes cater to the novice and the more experienced beader in search of high-quality beading components and expert advice from co-owner Diana Seremet or store manager Stephanie Cormier.

Folks who patronize the row of businesses on the high ground at 427 Amherst St., now have an opportunity to explore another destination there, a new bead shop located between Yoshimama Japanese Fusion & Sushi Bar and Cucina Toscana.

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