Marilyn Parker

 
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Marilyn has been a beading friend for as long as I have known her! A true expert in all variations of seed bead work, Marilyn has been featured in the Toronto Bead Society calendars.

Marilyn is currently president of the Toronto Bead Society and we are proud to have her as an expert teacher in our shop!

See her classes listed here

 

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