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Make a unique soldered chain to complement your pendant.
This class explores alternative jewelry materials and ways to make them wearable without the need for a torch. Investigate the uses of found objects, plastics, paper, rope and irregular stones as objects for adornment, using sawing, drilling, sewing, riveting and gluing techniques. Supply List: Click here to view list.Material fee payable to instru...
Learn to produce elegant, finished jewelry pieces to wear or to sell.This program teaches techniques of knotting, weaving, and stringing with pearls, crystals, and semiprecious stones. This program stresses the principles of style, design, and color as well as custom-fitting methods. Tricks of the trade are revealed, including where to obtain materials...
Learn to work with sterling silver and other metals to create earrings.
Always wanted to learn jewelry making but never had the time? Learn the basics in a condensed course that covers everything from sawing to bezel making. Supply List: Click here to view supply list.
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Expand your basic skills with an introduction to seed beadwork, additional knotting techniques and wire wrapped beaded jewelry. First project will be either a necklace or a bracelet using seed beads: Spiral Rope Please bring to the first class:Scissors: small, sharp cuticle or embroidery Light colored pillow case or other cloth...
Learn to carve wax, apply heat, add design elements to your model, and techniques to obtain a clean casting. We'll let you know where to take your wax models to be cast.
Wax is a medium that lends itself to creating jewelry with a sculptural feel. Projects include bands, drop and stud earrings, and pendants. Incorporate cast clasps, connections,...
Identify certain techniques used in jewelry trends seen in magazines and recreate them in their own style, colors, and materials. See it, Make it, Wear it! Create jewelry that you adore and others covet. Weekly demonstrations will fill your creative toolbox with endless possibilities for creating your own jewelry! Explore design fundamentals such as...
In this class, you'll learn how to link fun and colorful semi-precious stones using head pins and pliers. Walk away with a couple pairs of your very own fabulous earrings in silver or gold and the knowledge to create them on your own.We'll also talk about places to source tools and beads both in person and on the internet....
In this one day class, jewel designer Erin Considine will teach you her signature technique of Kumihimo (japanese braiding) and natural dyeing. Students will learn the principles of kumihimo and different braiding techniques, while working towards creating a small piece of fiber jewelry - bracelets, necklaces, belt. Erin will also share some of her...
In these beginner-friendly workshops, learn how to sketch a design, carve, hollow, apply heat, create different textures and finishes, and other wax carving techniques. You will make a wax jewelry model, take it to a caster to have a mold made and the metal casting done, and then have it polished.Design and sculpt your own initial letter pendant featuring...
In these beginner-friendly workshops, learn how to sketch a design, carve, hollow, apply heat, create different textures and finishes, and other wax carving techniques. You will make a wax jewelry model, take it to a caster to have a mold made and the metal casting done, and then have it polished. Supplies will be emailed in advance and casting resources...
Learn to take professional quality photos of your jewelry
without the full professional studio set up. We will teach you how to utilize every object and light source to showcase your jewelry in the best possible way.Required Material: Bring your own DSRL camera equipment.
Building on the basic skills learned in Why Knot I, make a multistrand necklace, a lariat and a tassel necklace.
Learn the techniques behind this century’s macramé jewelry. Macramé knotting techniques using finer knotting cord allow for greater detail and the incorporation of an array of seed beads, semiprecious stones, Czech glass or synthetic beads of all kinds.
We will discuss how to develop a coherent line for production, promote sales, protect individual designs, and develop presentation skills. We will be talking about small scale production of a few pieces in a home studio, outsourcing locally, nationally and internationally. We will discuss topics such as production resources tips & tricks, wholesale...
Explore the intricacies of precious metal clay. Made of gold or silver powder that can be shaped with your fingers, precious metal clay is carved when hard and forms a light yet durable piece when fired in a kiln. Supply List: Click here view list.
Learn additional bead weaving techniques: herringbone, right angle weave and brick stitch.
Complete projects for each of these stitches. Advance students may explore additional projects with stitches. A great follow-up to Seed Beadwork I, but not a requirement.
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