Soutache, used in the 16th century to make a wide range of trims and tassels as well as in bookbinding, is now one of the hottest trends in jewelery making. Lengths of soutache are stacked to create a visual element and stable base for crystals. It can be curved and shaped into many patterns. Fernando DaSilva takes soutache to a playground where style merges into attitude with pizzazz. Class sponsored by Dazzle-it! - a house brand of John Bead Corporation.