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Bushwick Jewelry Casting

at Bushwick Jewelry Casting - Bushwick
385 Troutman St.#304, Brooklyn, New York 11237

Learn the technique of lost wax casting – a fascinating way of making silver and gold jewelry by carving jewelry out of wax, then creating a mold of the wax, melting the wax and pouring molten silver or gold in to make a solid silver version of your wax mold. A great class for anyone interested in making jewelry or small sculpture. In the class,...


3 sessions

Gravity Casting

at Art Studios @ JCC in Manhattan - Upper West Side
334 Amsterdam Ave, New York, New York 10023

In this fun and fast workshop, we will experiment with various casting processes to create instantaneous pieces by pouring molten (yes, molten!) metal into various organic substances. Learn to carve quick and easy patterns into cuttlefish, easily found at any pet store, producing the loveliest textures. Students will also explore casting into other...


2 sessions

Monday Nov 20th, 6:30pm

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Mold Making + Casted Object - Creating Multiples

at Liloveve - Williamsburg
457 Grand St, Brooklyn, New York 11211

In this two weekend workshop, students will learn how to create various quick mold-making techniques, wax casting in the molds and composing the final shape through wax carving. Students can bring small objects or jewelry to make both open and 3D molds from silicone and alginate. Experiment with modeling technique and creating multiples of one piece,...


2 sessions

Saturday Nov 4th, 11am

A Window into Experimental Hot Casting and Glassblowing

at Brooklyn Brainery - Brooklyn Heights
647 Fulton St, Brooklyn, New York 11217

Breaking the Mold: A Window into Experimental Hot Casting and Glassblowing Cooper O'Brien will present a two-pronged demonstration showing the versatility of shaping glass using molds, then further manipulating the molten material for new and exciting results. He will begin with a demonstration of sand casting, which involves pressing positive shapes...

Wednesday Nov 1st, 7pm


at 92nd Street Y - Upper East Side
1395 Lexington Ave, New York, New York 10128

Before jewelers and metalsmith started to form metal by hammer they used all sorts of heat resistant materials to make molds to pour metal into. These technique is widely known as gravity casting and has been practiced all around the world with various degree of refinement. In this hands on workshop become acquainted with some of the techniques most...


4 sessions

Tuesday Jan 9th, 10am

Jewelry Casting Boot Camp: Two-Day Intensive

at Bushwick Jewelry Casting - Bushwick
110 Troutman St., Brooklyn, New York 11206

Day One: The first hour of class you will learn various wax carving and manipulation techniques. The instructor then works individually with each student to get them started based on their skill level. Beginners will learn how to form the wax for their piece. By the end of day one, the wax piece will be invested (a sacrificial mold will be made of...


2 sessions

Saturday Dec 2nd, 12pm

Wax Carving for Cast Jewelry Mini-Session

at Art Studios @ JCC in Manhattan - Upper West Side
334 Amsterdam Ave, New York, New York 10023

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, hinges, and stones into old designs. Learn to carve wax, apply heat, add design elements to your model, and apply techniques to obtain a clean casting.  Supply list will...


5 sessions

Monday Nov 20th, 2pm

Cast-Ons & Bind-Offs Beyond the Basics

at Lion Brand Yarn Studio - Flatiron
34 W 15th St, New York, New York 10003

Learn sloped bind-offs for shoulder & neck edges, as well as decorative bind-offs such as picot.  How you begin and end your project matters! Learn which cast-ons and bind-offs are right for each project. Master popular, stable cast-ons such as long tail & cable cast on, as well as bind off techniques that work best for ribbing and keep...

Tuesday Nov 28th, 5pm

Open Forum Knitting

at Argyle Yarn Shop - Windsor Terrace
288 Prospect Park West, Brooklyn, New York 11215

This class is for students who have taken our Beginner class or for students who already have a grasp of the basics of knitting, purling, casting on and off and want to broaden their skills.  Topics vary and may include new casting on and casting off techniques, increasing and decreasing, stripes, beginner lace patterns, and designing basic hat...

Walking Tour: Jewelry District

at Jewelry Arts Inc - Midtown East
22 E 49th St 4th Fl, New York, New York 10017

On this walking tour, you’ll find out and meet some of our favorite vendors for a rare, behind-the-scenes look at their businesses. 47th Street is one of the world’s most vibrant jewelry communities and an incredible resource for aspiring jewelers. Hidden away in malls and workshops are some of the world’s best platers, casting houses and...

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Knitting Workshop (Beginner)

at Argyle Yarn Shop - Windsor Terrace
288 Prospect Park West, Brooklyn, New York 11215

This class is for absolute beginners or for those who are still learning the basics. No experience required. Learn knitting techniques for casting on, knitting, purling, binding off and more.  This special 2-session format allows time to practice between sessions then get some practical tips to increase your pleasure and quality of workmanship....


2 sessions

Knitting 101

at Heather Marie Scholl

Learn basic knitting, casting on, knit and purl stitches, and casting off. With these basics you can knit a scarf. Some practice yarns will be provided but if you wish to continue at home and complete a scarf come with your own yarns/needles.  Bringing a pen and paper is helpful, but will depend on your learning style. Class is very hands on.

Thursday Nov 2nd, 7pm

Jewelry Making (Private)

at EatMetal, Inc. - Hoboken
720 Monroe St Ste E511, Hoboken, New Jersey 07030

Make the jewelry designs you have always been wanting to create or finish up projects that are sitting in your box. Hone your techniques and learn problem solving skills. Students are welcome to create a curriculum that suits their personal needs. Classes have the flexibility to be scheduled weekly. Topics will range from Materials, Surfaces, Shaping,...

Knitting 101: Cozy Cowl or Scarf

at Make Workshop - Gowanus
256 3rd Ave, Brooklyn, New York 11215

This introductory class covers all of the how-to-knit basics, namely casting on, knitting, purling, binding off & finishing, while starting your first "real" project from a pattern, either a fashionable seamless cowl or scarf.  In addition to being good for first-timers, we're happy to help refresh your knitting skills if it's been a while...


2 sessions

Thursday Oct 19th, 7pm

Prong Setting for Beginners

at Bushwick Jewelry Casting - Bushwick
385 Troutman St.#304, Brooklyn, New York 11237

Prong Setting Class For Beginners Requirements: Soldering suggested. Copper blanks with ready set prong prong settings are used for in class practice. Previously fabricated or manufactured pieces (silver, gold or copper) may also be during this workshop. Some simple bands may be purchased in silver or base metals (ranging from $5-$20).