H is for: One Point Hair Pin

Club Creative Studio- Close-up: Tip Hair Pin
Club Creative Studio- Close-up: Tip Hair Pin

Club Creative Studio takes pride in creating with beads. There are many projects in the works and projects yet to be discovered. Today, I share photos of my first one point hair pin project.

Start point of Club Creative Studio's one point hair pin.
Start point of Club Creative Studio’s one point hair pin.

Two wooden one point hair pins were included in my bead soup challenge mix from Tami Norris.  I had never used a hair pin personally and I had also never thought to create one with beads…until now.

What is a One Point Hair Pin?

A one point hair pin is a hair accessory.  The long stem stick ends in a point at one end and has a knob ornament on the other end. The pins are worn both to help anchor hair into place as well as to add decoration.

Where did the hair pin originate? The single stemmed hairpin was in existence in early Greek, Roman and Egyptian times although some anthropologists believe that even the very earliest cave dwellers used everything from thorns, sticks, bones and stone to fashion crude hair pins. So, this is nothing “new”, although it is new to me creating one.

The point hair pins have been documented as being worn in China in the earliest days of the Chinese empire.  The single stem hairpins from the 13th, 14th and 15th centuries were elaborately adorned. So, it is fitting that I adorn one with hand-made beading.

Club Creative Studio-beginning beads on a hair pin accessory.
Club Creative Studio-beginning beads on a hair pin accessory.

It has been recorded by historians that a wooden hair-pin was found among Roman remains at Uriconium.

Japanese versions were very long and were created without pin head adornments.  They were also worn in pairs with the stick’s ends projecting for an impressive distance from opposites of the scalp.  Often the pins were crossed in the middle.

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I started out making a beaded bead. I used seed beads. The idea was to use the tip as a form for the bead. The last step would be to embellish the bead.

Because I used such small beads, the results were delicate. It seemed like an eternity to complete, but I am happy with the end project.  Now on to attempt number two!

Are you a fan of wearing hair pins? What do you like about hair pins and where do you purchase your collection?  Have you ever considered ordering a custom-made or beaded hair pin for yourself or a friend?  I am curious.

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Beads Arrived- My Bead Soup Partner Can Cook


The Bead Soup Box contained separate containers.
The Bead Soup Box contained separate containers.

The beads have arrived! My assigned bead partner for the 2014 Bead Soup Challenge is Tami Norris of Wisconsin. The beads I sent her have arrived so now she can begin to simmer her ideas and cook.


Tami is a fan of mixed media so I found it easy to send her an array of supplies to inspire her to create in any direction she wishes, not just a jewelry item.  Below are the items I sent her for her Bead Soup project.  I am happy the package arrived safely and that she is happy with the red and white content theme. I called the collection: Go Big Red.

Take a peek of the items her package contained.

Red hand-made clay beads
Red hand-made clay beads.

I included hand-made polymer clay beads, and a hand-painted teardrop crystal.

Club creative Studio hand-painted crystal.
Club creative Studio hand-painted crystal.

red seed beads

small red seed beads

white seed beads

Red and white rattail.
Red and white rattail.
White pearls.
White pearls.
Coral red beads.
Coral red beads.
Black and white beads.
Black and white beads.
Findings for earrings and clasp.
Findings for earrings and clasp.
Hair barrette forms.
Hair barrette forms.
Ribbon, Instructional CD for ribbon-making techniques.
Ribbon, Instructional CD for ribbon-making techniques.












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My 2014 Bead Soup- Boxed Up for Mail

My 2014 Bead Soup box: Go Big Red.
My 2014 Bead Soup box: Go Big Red.


My 2014 Bead Soup is ready to be mailed out.  I have boxed up my collection of beads for my beading/blog challenge along with a few other goodies for my assigned partner.

The distorted photographs in this blog post are intentional.  Because the contents of the box have not reached the eyes of Tami Norris my bead challenge partner to date, I have distorted the photographs so that she remains surprised until she opens up her box.

As a hint of content I will share that the box has an array of findings and beads.  Some are hand-made clay beads from Club Creative Studio and there is a hand-painted crystal focal in there, as well as elements to use on a pair of earrings.



Handmade beads- swirl distorted photo.
Handmade beads- swirl distorted photo.

My soup (collection of beads) has a theme of red, white, and black.  I have entitled the collection: GO BIG RED.

Since discovering that my new Wisconsin friend, Tami also has a family tie to the state of Nebraska, I decided to go with the ever popular Nebraska football team color theme of red and white.  One saying everyone knows there is: “Go Big Red”.

My swirl distorted photo of my hand painted crystal pendant for  2014 bead soup challenge.
My swirl distorted photo of my hand painted crystal pendant for 2014 bead soup challenge.

My assigned partner likes to work in mixed media, so I included a few other jewelry making/craft elements for her enjoyment and consideration to use in this Bead Soup challenge.

Stay tuned to the next few blog posts about this Bead Soup Challenge. I am sure it will be interesting to see what she comes up with in design and use of these beads as well as what she decides to send me to work with as well.


A distortion of my bead soup.
A distortion of my bead soup.
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My 2014 Bead Soup Partner

I have been assigned my 2014 Bead Soup partner. I am looking forward to putting together my collection of beads (bead soup) for this exchange challenge.


Founder and organizer, Lori Anderson has made a few changes this year. One of the category considerations she has added this year was to pair up those working specifically with seed beads.  When I discovered this option in the sign-up, I decided to place myself in this group as a change of pace. The request was granted and the group is smaller. Perhaps I can visit each of those in this category as a start to my “blog hop”, visiting many different types of seed bead artists.

Happily, because I have completed the bead soup challenge before, I am now a mentor of sorts to my partner whom I have prompted to blog about her bead soup experience.  I discovered she has started along that road from encouragement and I am happy to see her on her way to expressing in words what she is accomplishing.


Photo of Lori Anderson, Bead Soup
Photo of Lori Anderson, Bead Soup

Growing in seed bead interest, I have been evolving in my seed bead use. I find it challenging and relaxing as well as expressive.  Working with seed beads are not so forgiving, I have found that I need extreme focus and time. I have learned that patience is a MUST when working with these small beads and tiny-eyed needles.

Specific seed bead challenges:  Bead artists at any level have many obstacles to overcome in working with these type of beads.  I consider most of the hardships to be minor however.  Among some of the struggles are: lining up these small glass beads to embroider, planning or counting beads, physically handling the mustard seed-sized beads or most times even smaller sizes, threading super small needles, storage quirks like small containers and lids, and then the added challenge of keeping them from bouncing or rolling off of the design table, just to name a few.  ALL of these “pains” are just part of the creation game. The reward of course is the completed art- knowing that I can create one-of-a-kind art items in yet another medium.  My boundaries are limitless. And it is a love/hate relationship at this point, one that is leaning more toward the “LOVE” for these tiny beads.

My latest creation with seed beads:

Club Creative Studio: Seed Beaded Embroidery Necklace
Club Creative Studio: Seed Beaded Embroidery Necklace

The Bead Soup Challenge was created for those who are creating with beads and also blog about them.  My Bead Soup assigned partner is now blogging about this challenge at: http://madebytami.blogspot.com/2014/03/bead-soup-bllog-hop-party-partner.html

Tami is a crafter in an array of projects so it is difficult to place her into one specific focus category. She seems to like to try may different mediums and keeps busy with crafts and occasional craft shows as well, so I am safe to say that she is working in mixed-media.

Crafter: Tami Norris
Crafter: Tami Norris

My Bead Soup assigned partner is: Tami (Tamera) Norris is from Portage Wisconsin.  She seems to have a fondness for working creatively with her hands, and seemingly enjoys knitting or working with yarn based on her most recent posts.  Here is one of her hand-made scarf creations. She made it with a slit to make an easy wrap-around closure.

Scarf knitted by Tami Norris.
Scarf knitted by Tami Norris.

My introduction to Tami has been made and we have connected for correspondence.  I am not aware of the type of soup she is planning on sending me however, I know it will be a welcomed challenge.  I am free to pick and chose from her provided soup and I can’t wait to get started.  I can only hope that part of my soup that she makes contains a few of her creations as pictured below.  Maybe, if I am lucky I will have a few of her felt flowers to work with. I’d love to be inspired by these. Hint, hint…wink, wink…if you are reading this Tami.

Tami's felt flowers.
Tami’s felt flowers.

Please visit again as I prepare to blog about the soup that I will send Tami. I have a few ideas on what I think will spark interest and creativity for her challenge.


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Starting a Difficult Project- Prove It to Yourself

Whenever I run into a beading challenge or start a difficult new project, there is an element of proof to be proven. I am “new” to double-holed seed beads. Club Creative Studio is always open to expanding skills and trying new techniques.

Small seed beads and double holed beads.
Small seed beads and double holed beads.

Head-On Challenge. A few days ago I met with someone that unknowingly placed doubts into my mind about a particular bead embroidery project I told her about.  I showed her a photograph of something that I was planning to tackle. I already knew in my mind what I wanted to change as far as the design, as well as my color scheme. I was excited for the challenge head-on.

Don’t let anyone steal your ladder to rise above your current skill level.

Know thy self. Obviously, this person was not aware of my current skill level, desire to create, or dedication to accomplish a difficult challenge.  She told me that this was an “advanced project” and I would need assistance to complete it. Once again I say:

Don’t let anyone steal your ladder to rise above your current skill level.

Persevere.  Although this person never said I could not do this, the doubts came to mind that I would be frustrated in attempting it. When you have a dream, goal, or new experience in front of you: be confident.  Know that you have it inside yourself to do your best.  If it takes a while to reach your sights, then use a longer ladder.  Step by step keep perseverance close at hand. You will succeed with or without help of another.  Just try.

My first "double-holed" bead embroidery project.
My first “double-holed” bead embroidery project.

For the record, I did not need assistance of another to create this wonderful beaded pendant. I have the gumption to create many more varieties of this beaded creation and I am proud of this first attempt at an “advanced” level project.

Finished beaded challenge. I DID IT!
Finished beaded challenge. I DID IT!

If you need encouragement in your beading project, please consider sending me an e-mail for support. I am always functioning on the side of creativity. veronica@clubcreativestudio.com

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Bead Soup- My Blog Party Experience Part ll


Club Creative Studio is taking part in a beading blog challenge for our second year.

The name of the challenge is the 8th Annual Bead Soup Blog Party, presented by Lori Anderson, author of Bead Soup.  The 2014 participant names have been officially notified. If you are a creative person, you understand the need and desire to face a creative challenge head on.  This experience is a highlight of my beading year.

Photo of Lori Anderson, Bead Soup
Photo of Lori Anderson, Bead Soup

The Official List is Out!

Today, I received the final list of participants via e-mail from Lori.  I will be one of 490 persons ready and willing to take on the beading challenge.  We come from all over the United States and Internationally. I requested to be paired with someone from the United States out of pure  convenience however, it is still interesting to visit websites and creations from all over the world.

Each assigned pair will exchange beads and blog about their experience.  We have a few guidelines to adhere to but for the most part, we are free to design and appreciate the stash of beads that are sent to us as we please.

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Can’t Wait For the Party to Start

One of our considerations is to supply our paired artist friend with beads that they do not normally create with. When artists receive beads that they have either never used before or don’t have access to, our design power expands and challenges us.  This is the main reason why I love to share my hand-made beads and love when I am exchanging beads that are one-of-a-kind, as those that I supply to my beading buddy.

In the upcoming days, I will be creating a stash or two for my exchange situation. Stay tuned for details and updates on this creative process and fun art-filled journey.





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Bead Soup- My Blog Party Experience Part l

Last year I took part in a Blog Hop that had a focus with people who are beading. It was a wonderful experience full of inspiration and excitement dealing with the topic of beads and artistic technique.

I was paired with and exchanged hand-made beads with a New Hampshire glass artist, and I can’t wait to learn who I am assigned to this year to share hand-made beads with.

This year the Bead Soup Blog Hop Party® continues

Organizer Lori Anderson of Pretty Things http://lorianderson-beadsoupblogparty.blogspot.com/  works hard to make this party a reality.

Basic Facts:  

::  Paired with another jewelry designer by February 28th.  ::

::  Send each other a quality package of beads by March 14th.  ::
 ::  Create one or more pieces of jewelry or art with those beads,
incorporating beads from personal stash as needed.
The focal and clasp sent MUST be used,  but don’t have to be used in the same piece.  ::
::  Post creation on the blog hop reveal day, May 3rd,
and you try to visit as many of the other designers’ blogs. ::

Stay tuned

This is going to be a wonderfully creative journey resulting in an amazing product. I’ll be posting here, as well as adding sneak peeks to the Facebook and Twitter pages.

Facebook: http://facebook.com/clubcreativestudio

Twitter: http://twitter.com/clubcreativeart

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Keep Learning- Celebrate the Letters K and L

Club Creative Studio Bead Soup Challenge More than likely you have heard the phrases: keep your nose to the grindstone, keep on track and keep it simple. Let’s add Keep Learning to the bunch as well. All of these phrases combined to help me complete my latest beading challenge.

Club Creative Studio Bead Challenge Necklace

In celebration of the letters K and L, I title today’s post to begin with those phrases that are very important within the creative process, and explain how they pertained to my recent bead project. The 7th Bead Soup Challenge was a creative journey in which bead-makers across the world were paired up and agree to exchange and document their creations from the shared stash shared. Club Creative Studio Bead Soup Challenge My Bead Buddy Susan Sheehan, from New Hampshire supplied me with a collection of hand-made glass beads, crystals, findings and more.  It was easy to gain inspiration from the color palate that she sent me, the task at hand next was to keep my nose to the grindstone and work on completion in time for the big reveal date. danglefocalsneakpeekbeadchallenge I started out admiring the pile of beads for about a week before I started to sketch and decide where my visions were going in order to keep on track.

Club Creative Studio Bead Soup Challenge Earrings

The earrings were created from the remaining beads and fun paisley bopper charms I had on hand.  I wanted to use as many beads from the stash that I could, so I made a plan to divide the beads up to create three separate items. I completed two necklaces a short and long one and the dangle earrings, keeping it simple in the end. I feel the collection has a cohesive feeling and all can be worn together or separately. Club Creative Studio Bead Coup Challenge Necklace

Club Creative Studio 3 piece creations

As I keep learning more about how creativeness comes to fruition, I sure enjoy the journey and roads it leads me toward. Thank you, Susan for the wonderful path you placed in front of me. I hope you enjoy my end results as much as I do. I did wear the entire 3 piece collection already and received many compliments. You definitely inspire others in your art. And I hope we keep a continued friendship from this experience.

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Sharing Bead Soup

Portion of the Bead Soup I sent to my beading challenge partner Susan,

Club Creative Studio is taking part in the Bead Soup Challenge #7.  It will be fun sharing Bead Soup.

Please review past posts regarding the details of this wonderful sharing and creating challenge for those making hand-made beads and jewelry from them. Since the arrival of my beads from my bead exchange partner, Susan I have had time to simmer the ideas I have and will soon begin my creative thought process and my design using the beads she sent me last week.  I am looking forward to the creative growth.

I have not gotten official word that my box has indeed arrived to New Hampshire however, it has had adequate time. With that in mind, I would like to go ahead and share what I included in my package of fun. The idea of sharing is to highlight some of your own hand-made beads and pair them with interesting items that can be utilized in a creative challenge for the artist on the receiving end to express in their own style.  Lori Anderson is the host and brain-child behind the organization of this particular bead challenge.  It is perfect “soup” , warming my soul on a cold winter day for me living in Philadelphia.  I welcome the challenge.

I included a variety of supplies and I hope she is inspired to do something fun and add her own components if she desires as well. I included items of stone, Czech glass, hand-rolled clay beads, hand-twisted wire worked beads, seed beads, ceramic, rhinestone and metal charm elements just to name a few.

Perhaps she will blog about her experience. I plan to document my creative journey on the Club Creative Studio Facebook page with photos and within this blogging platform. I am happy to share the experience of the creative thought process and creative expression of this beading challenge by sharing my Bead Soup Challenges.

It is my hope that you find the steps that I take interesting and keep in touch as I share the trials and tribulations of this beading challenge. Please check back for future posts on this topic here and on the page: http://www.facebook.com/clubcreativestudio

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The Bead Soup Challenge


Club Creative Studio is one of over 500 participants in the 7th Bead Challenge and Blog Party. Wonderful artists, wonderful talents, wonderful art, wonderful blogs and wonderful opportunity to learn about beads and beading.

Good Luck to all who are creating with beads for the love of art.

What would be reasons why someone would desire to participate in a bead challenge?

1. Taking part in a bead challenge is a creative growth step. Anyone who takes part in a bead challenge has a will to grow creatively.

2. Taking part in a bead challenge allows you to discover the power you have within to create with unknown factors and become successful from that.

3. A beading challenge brings together like-minded persons who create and design items using beads. They also bring together friendships with common grounds.

4. Taking part in a bead challenge is a welcome challenge for many to become aware of talents of others who are creating hand-made beads and items from them.

Here is a list of those who are participating within the 2013 creative journey alongside of me. I am happy that so many are inspiring and expressing with art. Thank you in advance to anyone from this list who stops by this blog to visit, or who follow my creativity on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/clubcreativestudio and who take time to browse or order from the Club Creative Studio website at http://www.clubcreativestudio.com

Alicia Marinache
Adlinah Kamsir
Agata Grygiel
Agi Kiss
Alenka Obid
Ali McCarthy
Alice Craddick
Alison Sachs
Amanda Tibbetts
Amber Dawn Goldish
Amy Severino
Amy Sims
Ana Cravidao
Ana Krepel
Andra Marasteanu
Andra Weber
Andrea Glick
Andrea Trank
Andria Poole
Angela Perkins
Anitra Gordy Boyers
Anja Schultz
Ann Sherwood
Anna Nordeman
Annette Rivers
Annita Wilson
Anu Tuppurainen
April Grinaway
Arlene Dean
Astrid Boyce
Audrey Bélanger
Barb Fernald
Barb Solem
Barbara Bechtel
Barbara Mason
Becky Pancake
Beti Horvath
Betty James Hoppensteadt
Bev Breisinger
Billi RS Rothove
Birgit Klughardt
Birgitta Lejonklou
Bobbie Rafferty
Bonnie Coursolle
Brandi Burdick
Brandy Thomason McNair
Breana Fry
Brenda Sigafoos
Brenda Sue Lansdowne
Bridget Torres
Candida Castleberry
Carmen Lau
Carol Dee Myers
Carol Dillman
Carol Wilson
Caroline Dewison
Carolyn Chenault
Carolyn Gebert
Carolyn Lawson
Caron Reid
Cassi Paslick
Cassie Donlen
Catharine Temaluru
Catherine King
Catherine Turrell
Cathy Jakicic
Cece Cormier
Chandra Merod
Charlene Jacka
Cheri Reed
Cherrie Fick
Cherrie Warzocha
Cheryl Brown
Cheryl Dunham
Cheryl Foiles
Cheryl Gangle
Cheryl McCloud
Chris Eisenberg
Chris White
Christa Murphy
Christina Hickman
Christina Miles
Christina Stofmeel
Christine Hansen
Christine Murrow
Christine Stonefield
Cilla Watkins
Cindy Cima Edwards
Cindy Ritchie
Cindy Wilson
Claire Lockwood
Clare Etheridge
Colleen Vinthagen
Cory Tompkins
Cris Peacock
Crystal Thain
Cynthia Abner
Cynthia Riggs
Dagmar Liebisch
Dana Fowler
Dana Hickey
Dana James
Danielle Kelley
Darlene Fortier
Deana Hager
Deanna Cox
Deb Brooks
Deb Fortin
Debbie Rasmussen
Debi Levine
Deborah Read
Debra Behrends
Dee Elgie
Denielle Hagerman
Denise McCabe
Denise Milward
Diah Anggreni
Diana Frey
Diana Gonzalez
Diana Welte
Diane Valasek
Dini Bruinsma
Dita Basu
DiYana Alcalde
Dolores Raml
Donetta Farrington
Donna Millard
Doris Stumpf
Dorota Żerańska
Dot Lewallwn
Duane Clark
Dyanne Cantrell
Elaine Robitaille
Eleanor Burian-Mohr
Elisabeth Auld
Elizabeth Bunn
Elizabeth Drake
Elizabeth Jones
Elizabeth Owens Dwy
Elizabeth Stolarczyk
Elsie Deliz-Fonseca
Ema Kilroy
Emily Greer
Emma Todd
Enikö Fabian
Erin Grant
Erin Guest
Erin Kenny
Eva Kovacs
Eva Sherman
Evelyn Duberry
Evelyn Shelby
Evie and Beth McCord
Fay Wolfenden
Francesca Watson
Francy Inman
Gen Smith
Gina Hockett
Ginger Bishop
Ginger Davis Allman
Giorgia Rossini
Gloria Allen
Grace Rotenberg
Gretchen Nation
Hajer Waheed
Hannah Annear
Hannah Rosner
Heather Davis
Heather Marston
Heather Otto
Heather Powers
Heidi Kingman
Hope Smitherman
Ildiko Jarai
Ilenia Ruzza
Ilona Hegedűs
Ine Vande Cappelle
Inge von Roos
Ingrid McCue
Iveth Caruso
Jackie Locantore
Jackie Ryan
Jacqueline Keller
Jacqueline Marchant
Jan Petek
Jane Pranata Lim
Janeen Sorensen
Jane-Michael Stallings
Janine Lucas
Jasvanti Patel
Jayashree Paramesh
Jayne Capps
Jean Peter
Jean Wells
Jean Yates
Jeanne Steck
Jelveh Jaferian Johnson
Jennifer Cabic
Jennifer Cameron
Jennifer Davis
Jennifer LaVite
Jennifer Reno
Jennifer Tough
Jennifer VanBenschoten
Jenny Davies-Reazor
Jenny Kyrlach
Jenny Robledo
Jenny Vidberg
Jessica Brower
Jessica Klaaren
Jill MacKay
JJ Jacobs
Joan Williams
Jo-Ann Woolverton
Joanna Matuszczyk
Joanne Tinley
Jodie Marshall
Johanna Rhodes Nash
Joyce Becker
Judith Johnston
Judy Riggs
Judy Riley
Judy Robinson
JuLee Wolfe
Juli Cannon
Julia Gerlach
Julie Anne Leggett
Julie Bowen
Julie Panusis
June Butt
K Hutchinson
Karen Martinez
Karen Mitchell
Karen Vincent
Karen Williams
Kari Asbury
Karin King
Karin Slaton
Karin von Hoeren
Karla Morgan
Karyn Bonfiglio
Kat Barron Miller
Kat Douglas
Kate Dufour
Kate Mulligan
Kate Richbourg
Kathleen Gallant
Kathleen Lange Klik
Kathrin Lembke
Kathy Lindemer
Kathy Stemke
Katie Nielsen-Nunez
Katja Benevol Gabrijelcic
Katy Heider
Kay Bolton
Kay Thomerson
Kayla Potega
Kelley Fogle
Kelli Jacobson
Kelly Patterson
Kelly Ramstack
Keren Panthaki
Kiersten Kern
Kim Hora
Kim Houston
Kim Sparks
Kimberly Idalski
Kirsi Loponen
Klaudete Koon
Klaudia Tóth
Krafty Max
Kris Lanae Binsfeld
Krista French
Krista Quantrill
Kristen Stevens
Kristi Harrison
Kristin Oppold
Kristina Hahn Eleniak
Kristina Johansson
Kumi Fisher
Kym Hunter
Lana Kinney
Laney Mead
Lara Lutrick
Laren Dee Barton
Laura Bracken
Laura Demoya
Laura Guenther
Lauren Fenty
Lauren Potts
Laurie Hanna
Laurie Keefe-Cecere
Laurie Vyselaar
Lea Avroch
Leah Curtis
Leah Tees
Leanne Loftus
Lee Anne Messerschmidt
Lena Adams
Lennis Carrier
Lesley Watt
Leslie Schenkel
Leslie Wayment
Linda Anderson
Linda Djokic
Linda Kropp
Linda Murphy
Linda Newnham
Linda Sadler
Linda Younkman
Lisa Boucher
Lisa Johnson
Lisa Liddy
Lisa Suver
Liz DeLuca
Liz Engriser
Lizzie Clarke
Lola Surwillo
Lora Bright
Lorelle McIntyre
Loretta Carstensen
Lori Anderson
Lori Bergmann
Lori Bowring Michaud
Lori Finney
Lori Lochner
Lori Poppe
Lori Schneider
Lucie Bouvier
Lupe Meter
Lyn Foley
Lynn Jobber
Maddison Langford
Magdalena Sikora
Malin de Koning
Mallory Hoffman
Mandi Effron
Marcella Austenfeld
Marcia Dunne
Marcy Lamberson
Margareta Saari
Maria Clark
Maria Rosa Sharrow
Marianna Boylan
Marianne Baxter
Marie Covert
Marina Dobrynina
Marina Kosovic
Marion Simmons
Marita Suominen
Marjolein Trewavas
Marsela Schroth
Martha Aleo
Marti Conrad
Mary Ellen Merrigan
Mary Ellen Parker
Mary Govaars
Mary Harding
Mary K McGraw
Maryse Fritzsch-Thillens
Maybeline Tay
Mea-B. Uebler
Megan Milliken
Melissa Meman
Melissa Mesara
Melissa Trudinger
Menka Gupta
Merja Sundström
Merja Syrjämäki
Michaela Pabeschitz
Michelle Buettner
Michelle Escano
Michelle Tucker
Michelle Wigginton
Milla Hope
Mimi Gardner
Miranda Ackerely
Mischelle Fanucchi
Molly Alexander
Monica Phillips
Mowse Doyle
Mrs M Makes
Nan Emmett
Nan Smith
Nancy Boylan
Nancy Dale
Natalie Davidson
Natalie Moten
Natascha Marty
Nikki Banham-Hall
Niky Sayers
Noemi Baena
Norma Turvey
Pam Chesbro
Pam DeBoer
Pam Farren
Pam Hurst
Pam Sandy
Pam Traub
Pamela Gangler
Pat Haight
Patina Queen
Patricia Buchanan
Patricia Johnson
Patti Pruhs
Patty Miller
Paula Hisel
Peggy Gabrielson
Penny Houghton
Penny Mills
Perri Jackson
Pia Kaven
Rachel Baron
Rachel Stanley
Rachel Van-Walsh
Rain Hannah
Rana Wilson
Rebecca Anderson
Rebecca Sirevaag
Regina Santerre
Regina Wood
Renetha Stanziano
Robin Reed
Rochelle Brisson
Rosanagh Watson
Rose Johnson
Rose Rushbrooke
Rosemary Cheslock
Rossana De Gaspari
Roxanne Blanc
Ruth Szapa
Sabine Dittrich
Sally Russick
Sam Waghorn
Sandi James
Sandi Volpe
Sandra McGriff
Sandra Pendragon
Sandra Wollberg
Sandra Young
Sandy Richardson
Sarah Goode
Sarah Singer
Sarah Small
Sarah Strover
Shai Williams
Shalini Austin
Shannon Hicks
Shari Replogle
Sharon Palac
Sheila Daniels
Sheila Davis
Sherri Stokey
Sherry Baun
Sheryl Stephens
Shiraz Biggie
Shirley Moore
Sierra Barrett
Silke Gröber
Silvia Sernicola
Siobhán Keogh
Skylar Bre’z
Solange Collin
Sonya Stille
Staci Smith
Stacie Florer
Stacy Alderson
Stacy Pomerleau
Stefanie Teufel
Stephanie Haussler
Stephanie LaRosa
Stephanie Stamper
Stephanie Weiss
Sue Burleigh
Sue Hamel
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