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Welcome to So Sassy By Susan Sassoon’s New Blog!

Susan Sassoon at a Bead show

I’m so excited to introduce you to my new website. Up until now, I’ve been maintaining a strong presence on Facebook and selling my tutorials on Etsy. I decided to take the plunge and create my own website and mailing list so I can better communicate with and serve my customers and hopefully reach some new ones.

Creating a website was a lot more challenging than I thought it would be. Way back in the early 1990s I had learned HTML and created a few basic websites, but the computer world moves quickly and I pretty much had to relearn website developing from scratch. I am quite proud of what I created here so far and I am looking forward to improving the site and adding more content. Please take a look around and let me know your thoughts. Don’t be shy about letting me know how it can be improved or if I’ve made any typos, mistakes or if any links have expired. You can comment below or send me a private message here.

If you’ve already beaded a project from one of my tutorials and would like me to share your work on this site, please send me an email with a photo and I’ll be very happy to post it on my site. You can also reach me here with any questions you may have on any of my tutorials.

If you haven’t yet signed up for my mailing list, please do so – I will be sending you a free exclusive tutorial to thank you for joining me. I promise I won’t fill up your mail box with lots of emails. I plan to send out blog posts when I have a new tutorial or some beady news or tips to share.

Happy Beading,


26 thoughts on “Welcome to So Sassy By Susan Sassoon’s New Blog!

  1. Good luck love you

    1. Wishing. You a Hugh Success on your New web site I ha e only been beading
      Little less than a year
      Started at 82 Been in hospital and rehab for 8 Months Was in Texas now in assited Living In
      SC Don’t like SC
      Trying to start beading again now going on 85 In April
      Do you do easy ones loll Ike are you More for Seasoned beader Thank You reading this

      1. Hi Lois, Thank you so much. I’m so glad you’re interested in beading again – it’s so much fun, isn’t it? Yes, I do have a bunch of beginner patterns. You can use the search feature on my site to search for the word “beginner” and a bunch of patterns should show up. If that doesn’t help, send me an email through my “contact” page and I’ll email you the links.

  2. Great website! I loved seeing all your work in the gallery and award sections.

    1. Thanks for checking it out Susan! I will continue to add content to the site so I hope you’ll check out the blog.

  3. You are so talented Susan!! Love the new website, so sass away!

  4. Mazel Tov! So proud of you!

  5. Congratulations Susan. I like your new site.

  6. Congratulations Susan!! Site looks great 🙂

  7. Looking forward to seeing all your wonderful things.

  8. so cool!

  9. Congratulations Susan!!

  10. Great website! You do beautiful work💕

    1. Thank you Donna!

  11. Awesome! I love your new site! Congrats! And you already know I love all your designs! I still have a whole list of them that I want to make 😉

    1. Thanks a lot Meredith! I’d love to see more of your makes from my patterns!

  12. Congrats! I’ve been wanting to have a website too for our small business but I don’t know how and where to start. You’ve just inspired me to re-think…😘

    1. Let me know if I can help. I’d be happy to share with you what I’ve learned

  13. How Cool is this! I hope you have a lot of fun with this.

    1. Thanks so much Jon!

  14. Wishing you a successful venture!

    1. Thank you Gayle!

  15. Hi! Very lovely stuff. I’m sharing your site with the jewelry makers on Kibbutz Ketura. Great job with your new site! Lots of love to you!

    1. Thanks so much! I would love to see the work of your kibbutz members! Do you all have a shop?

  16. Very nice website – very clean and easy to follow!

    1. Thank you Cathy!

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