Basic Earrings - A quick course in the basics
of making earrings. This is a hands on opportunity to get acquainted
with a variety of jeweler's tools.
Intro to Wire Jewelry Techniques - Learn how to make the "hangman's noose" in wire, clasps, bead cages,
coils and spirals. Ideas for bringing it all together into wearable
jewelry will also be explored. Projects will start with earrings and
progress to necklaces and bracelets.
Double Spiral Bracelet - Using pliers and wire cutter make this
elegant bead and wire bracelet. Customize it to your taste by choosing
the beads and colors you like.
Wireworking Advanced Techniques - Bezel setting cabs
in wire and other more advanced techniques take basic wire a little
Dutch Spiral Bracelet - This special stitch creates an elegant
special occasion bracelet. Vary the color or bead sizes for fun.
Peyote Window Bracelet - Peyote tubes and
4 mm fire polished beads make a beaded bead that assembles on three
strands to make a classic bracelet. Designed by Rae Ann Wojahn. An intermediate
Basic Right Angle Weave
- Right angle weave creates
many great looking pieces. This class is suitable for beginners.
Spring Fling Bracelet - Get ready for Spring with
this easy to do beginner bracelet. It teaches basic bead stringing and
embellishment while creating a lively active bracelet.
Crochet Rope Bracelet - Load on all the beads and
then crochet away. Make it a bracelet or even a necklace. Changing the
types of bead makes if casual or elegant.
Funky Chunky Peyote Bracelet - Make this contemporary
bracelet using a modified version of the classic peyote stitch and chunky
hex beads. This project can be completed in class.
Netted Bracelet - Use
the netting stitch to make a base then use freshwater pearls and other
beads to embellish.
Niobium Jewelry Design - Marti will show you how
to create your own niobium jewelry using wire and sheet. No soldering
is necessary although you will saw, file, and use the buffing motor.
Earrings or necklace are all possible.
Classes should be scheduled and paid for at least
a week ahead of first class date. Class size is limited to 5 students
Call 908.996.0777 or email
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