Dragonfly Folded Braids Bracelet

Dragonfly Folded Braids Bracelet – $60.00

Thursday, March 31, 2022 |4pm-6pm

Instructor: Yin Guang
Level: All Levels
Technique: Kumihimo
Skills and techniques taught: Kumihimo

Description:

8-strand Kongoh Gumi on foam disk and braiding around core. The eye-catching dragonfly stands out on a folded-braid bracelet. You will get a lot of head turning attentions. This bracelet is comfortable to wear and easy to make. It’s a good project for beginners! 

Instructor will provide – glue, ruler, scissors 

You WILL complete this project in class.

Kit: $26.00 – This cost is in addition to the class fee paid directly to the instructor in class

Kit includes: Satin Cords, Dragonfly Slider & Magnetic Clasp

Skills Required: None

Materials You are Required to Bring:
A small round foam disk with a large center hole, sharp scissors, ruler. 

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7 Strand Pearl Blossom Bracelet

7 Strand Bearl Blossom Bracelet – $60.00

Thursday, March 31, 2022 |12pm-2pm

Instructor: Yin Guang
Level: All Levels
Technique: Kumihimo
Skills and techniques taught: Kumihimo

Description:

7Strand aka Fill the Gap braid on foam disk String glass pearls, long magatama beads, braid them to the rope, and put bead-cap, wire the clasp to finish the bracelet. You will learn the technique to create your own beautiful bracelet 

Instructor will provide glue, ruler, round nose pliers and chain nose pliers 

You WILL complete this project in class.

Kit: $32.00 – This cost is in addition to the class fee paid directly to the instructor in class

Kit includes: Glass pearls, Magatama Beads, End-Caps, Clasp, Head Pins and a Paper Template 

Skills Required: None

Materials You are Required to Bring:
Big eye needle, bead mat, sharp scissors, ruler.round nose and flat nose pliers 

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Oval Sterling Silver & Gemstone Inlay Pendant

Oval Sterling Silver & Gemstone Inlay Pendant – $70

Friday, April 1, 2022 | 9am-1pm

Instructor: Nancy Sacco
Level: All Levels. Students must be at least 17 years old.
Technique: Metalwork/Hot Connections
Skills and techniques taught: Sweat and pick soldering. Use patina to accent texture. Inlay crushed gemstones

Description:

There are many ways to incorporate gemstones into jewelry pieces– prongs, bezels and claw settings.  A beautiful alternative to these traditional settings is to inlay gemstones into the jewelry. 

In this class students will work from a pre-cut sterling silver oval to which they will solder decorative patterned wire and a bezel, and add crushed stones to the bezel.   

There is nothing to bring as all materials, tools and equipment will be provided.  Students will choose from a variety of beautiful gemstones, including turquoise, chrysocolla, lapis, and peridot.  Arrive early to choose your stone. 

You WILL complete this project in class.

Kit: $40.00 – This cost is in addition to the class fee paid directly to the instructor in class
Kit includes: Precut sterling silver oval, decorative wire, bezel wire, selection of crushed stones, sterling silver jump ring, waxed cotton necklace cord.

Skills Required:
Willingness to use a small butane torch. Steady hands.

Materials You are Required to Bring:
None

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Colorful Powder Coated Jewelry

Colorful Powder Coated Jewelry – $70.00

Friday, April 1, 2022 | 10am-2pm

Instructor: Nicole Dul
Level: All Levels.
Technique: Basics/Metalwork/Patina/ Finishing
Skills and techniques taught: Powder coating, basic metal sawing and cutting, basic necklace and earring building.

Description:
Experience a new metal surface treatment in this crash course on powder coating for jewelry. Work with a variety of metals such as aluminum, bronze, copper, brass, titanium, and steel. Powder coating pigments are adhered through an electrostatic charge and then cured through baking. Students will cut and prep shapes for jewelry before coating with a number of color choices. The instructor will provide information on the process as well as tools and materials needed for powder coating. Time will be allotted for basic jewelry assembly.

All levels welcome.

You WILL complete this project in class.

Kit: $25 – This cost is in addition to the class fee paid directly to the instructor

Kit includes: 3×3 metal squares (4), metal blanks- asst. shapes (4) jump rings (10), nickel free 24″ chain, 1ft wire 20g, 1ft wire 26g, lobster claw clasps (2), assorted beads (20) Including all supplies needed to complete the project.

Skills Required:
None

Materials You are Required to Bring:
Optional – assorted jeweler’s pliers

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Color Explosion

Color Explosion – $90.00 

Friday, April 1, 2022 | *10am-5pm

* With lunch break

Instructor: Betty Cox
Level: All Levels
Technique: Bead Embroidery/Peyote
Skills and techniques taught: Freeform style in beading and peyote

Description:

“Color Explosion” is a very colorful bead embroidery bracelet using Ana Bronze focals, including skulls, faces/masks as options in class. Using bead embroidery stitching and some peyote creating a one of a kind bracelet with colorful components using Czech beads and seed beading. Other components will be included, such as Stiff felt, glue, canvas or leather bracelets and ultrasuede backing, along with a box clasp. A colorful instruction booklet will be included for your inspiration.

You will NOT complete this project in class.

Kit: $100 – This cost is in addition to the class fee paid directly to the instructor in class                                                                                       

Kit includes: All materials for the projects including focals, components, all seed beads, Stiff felt, glue, canvas or leather strap for bracelets  and ultrasuede backing and box clasp, a colorful instruction booklet. Instructor will provide supplies to be shared with other students, like E 6000 glue, some extra needles and fireline black thread 8 lb,

Skills Required: Basic bead embroidery techniques will be helpful; peyote stitching will be a plus

Materials You are Required to Bring: Bead mats, task lamp, needles and thread of your choice, scissors

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Just A Splash of Color

Just A Splash of Color – $70

Friday, April 1, 2022 | 10am-5pm

Instructor: Gail Willis
Level: All Levels.
Technique: Enameling/Design/Metalwork
Skills and techniques taught: Learn how to use enamels and regular enamels. How to use the temperature of a kiln set to flow the enamels, mix different colors and make different effects to your piece. How to place your piece in the kiln and remove it from the kiln

Description:

Make a beautiful necklace pre enameled necklace made with Mason Stain, (black) with ready to use enameled on both sides of the copper. This is so you may start quickly to have time to concentrate on your piece. We will use beautiful enamel water color that is fine ground glass to fire in the kiln for an enamel, your very own original design. Make a design that you can follow step by step. It can be your original that will not be able to be reproduced. You will create an original! We will start with pre enameled neck piece, or a necklace. You can wear your design home and it can accessorize your favorite outfit. This will be a fun and relaxing class.

You WILL complete this project in class.

Kit: $45.00 – This cost is in addition to the class fee paid directly to the instructor in class
Kit includes:

Everything needed to have a completed piece to wear home. Copper Piece enameled on the front and back (counter Enamel) of the piece, Chain to finish your necklace to wear, 4 Jump rings to attach chain to copper backing and clasp, a clasp for closing the chain, use of enamel for your piece during class. Ideas for designs. Instructions for the class.

All tools and materials needed to complete your piece will be provided to share in class, like welding gloves to protect your hands and arms from the heat of the kiln, firing fork, trivets, rack, sifters, pliers and all enamels. Masks will be provided to prevent inhaling the enamel powders students will use and to protect from breathing in the dust.

Skills Required:
None

Materials You are Required to Bring:
For student safety, it is suggested to wear a natural fiber shirt with short sleeve, preferably cotton tee shirt. Avoid loose and flowing clothes. Tie back long hair, wear close toed shoes like tennis shoes.

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Lavalicious Pendant with Silver Bail

Lavalicious Pendant with Silver Bail – $70.00

Friday, April 1, 2022 | 2pm-5pm

Instructor: Nancy Sacco
Level: All Levels.
Technique: Metalwork/Hot Connections/Patina
Skills and techniques taught: Fusing silver to copper. Soldering. Hammering. Flame patina

Description:

As artists we try to achieve color, unusual textures and patterns in our jewelry designs. You will learn how to make a gorgeous pendant with a faux reticulation technique. The hills, valleys and swirls achieved with this process reminds me of a fresh lava flow. Students marvel at the gorgeous, almost instantaneous results they get after trying it. Students will learn how to use silver scraps to make amazing texture and patterns on a copper base, add fantastic flame painted colors to their pendants, and how to make a soldered sterling silver bail using a small butane torch.  

You WILL complete this project in class.

Kit: $25.00 – This cost is in addition to the class fee paid directly to the instructor in class.
Kit includes: Silver scraps, silver wire, waxed cotton necklace cord, copper for pendant base. All tools required plus  silver solder, crock pot and pickle, soldering boards, butane torches, bench polisher, steel bench blocks.

Supplies Provided by Instructor: All tools required plus  silver solder, crock pot and pickle, soldering boards, butane torches, bench polisher, steel bench blocks.

Skills Required:

Skills Required:
Willingness to use a small butane torch. Steady hands

Materials You are Required to Bring:
None

 

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Birds of a Feather

Birds of a Feather – $70.00

Friday, April 1, 2022 | 2pm-5pm

Instructor: Roxan O’Brien
Level: All Levels
Technique: Metalwork/Stamping/Patina/Coloring Metal
Skills and techniques taught: Metal stamping, coloring on metal and use of patina

Description:
Create this whimsical bird with the look of an enameled piece without the use of a kiln! This amazing technique uses colored pencil and permanent ink to color a copper surface. In this workshop you will learn how to create this “birds of a feather” by preparing copper to accept hand-applied color for a permanent effect, and how to use metal stamps, fluid color and patina to design a beautiful pendant you can be proud of. Beginners welcome! No prior skills or experience is needed.

You WILL complete this project in class.

Kit: $25 – This cost is in addition to the class fee paid directly to the instructor in class
Kit includes:
Copper, several grades of sand paper, turpentine, alcohol, liquid prep, jump rings, cotton, patina. And all supplies needed and written instructions. All tools needed to complete this project like hammers, pliers, etc.

Skills Required:
None

Materials You are Required to Bring:
Students should bring 1-12 pack of Prsimacolor premiere colored pencils (in tin only); no other colored pencils will work, or share the  teacher’s colored pencils with the group. 

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Embellished Sterling Silver Cuff

Embellished Sterling Silver Cuff – $70.00

Saturday, April 2, 2022 | 9am-1pm

Instructor: Nancy Sacco
Level: All Levels.
Technique: Metalwork/Hot Connections/Patina
Skills and techniques taught: Sweat Soldering. Cutting sterling sheet. Texturing. Forming. Use patina to accent texture. How to size the cuff to student’s wrist size. How to make decorative fine silver balls.     

Description:
Every now and then, you come across a piece of jewelry that is timeless and looks great with jeans to formal wear.  THIS cuff is destined to be one of those pieces!  
In this class, you will be adding to your beautiful jewelry collection and learning essential jewelry-making skills.  
Techniques you will learn: 
*texturing metal 
*soldering decorative wire to a base without using excess solder 
*forming your cuff on a mandrel 
*tumbling your cuff to a gleaming shine 
All tools and equipment will be provided for students’ use so there is nothing additional needed to bring to class! 

You WILL complete this project in class.

Kit: $40.00 – This cost is in addition to the class fee paid directly to the instructor in class
Kit includes: Sterling silver sheet and wire. Fine silver wire, Copper wire. 

Supplies Provided by Instructor: All tools required plus silver solder, crock pot and pickle, soldering boards, butane torches, bench polisher, steel bench blocks, bracelet mandrels. Texture sheets and texture equipment.

Skills Required:
Willingness to use a small butane torch. Steady hands

Materials You are Required to Bring:
None

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Celestial Pendant

Celestial Pendant – $70.00

Saturday, April 2, 2022 | 9am-1pm

Instructor: Roxan O’Brien
Level: All Levels
Technique: Cold Connections/Patina/Stamping/Coloring Metal
Skills and techniques taught: Learn how to give copper the look of an enameled piece without the use of a kiln!

Description: 

Create the look of an enameled piece without the use of a kiln! This amazing technique uses colored pencil to color a copper surface. In the workshop you will learn how to prepare copper to accept hand-applied color for a permanent affect, and how to use metal stamps and patina to design a beautiful pendant you can be proud of. Beginners welcome! No prior skill or experience is needed.

You WILL complete this project in class.

Kit: $25 – This cost is in addition to the class fee paid directly to the instructor
Kit includes:
Prepared copper shapes, several grades of sand paper, all other supplies needed to complete this project and written instructions.

Skills Required:
None

Materials You are Required to Bring: Students must bring one 12 pack of Prismacolor premier colored pencils (in tin only); no other colored pencils will work. You may share the teacher’s colored pencils with the group. 

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Sleeping Mermaid

Sleeping Mermaid – $90.00

Saturday, April 2, 2022 | *10am-5pm

* With lunch break

Instructor: Betty Cox
Level: All Levels
Technique: Freeform peyote
Skills and techniques taught: Freeform peyote style and creating a piece using your style

Description:

Sleeping Mermaid is a bead embroidered bracelet with options to create a pendant too; created around a Sheri Mallery Porcelain mermaid as the focal. Using techniques of basic bead embroidery and freeform peyote will be used to create this beautiful piece of jewelry.

You will NOT complete this project in class.

Kit: $100 – This cost is in addition to the class fee paid directly to the instructor in class.
Kit includes:
All materials for the project including a Sheri Mallery Porcelain mermaid as the focal. Each mermaid will have similar colors in pastels for her tail and hair. The cabochons provided will be pre glued including Czech components, shells, semi precious stones and various seed beads. Also included is black stiff felt for stitching, leather backing or painted canvas for the bracelet and a box clasp. Supplies for sharing will include E 6000.

Skills Required: Basic bead embroidery and peyote stitching will be helpful

Materials You are Required to Bring: Bead mats, task lamp, needles and thread of your choice, scissors and a hand tool to pull thread through material. I use short #10-11 needles, Fireline black 6 or 8 lbs

 

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Distorted Manipulation, Crackle Enamel

Distorted Manipulation, Crackle Enamel – $70

Saturday, April 2, 2022 | 10am-5pm

Instructor: Gail Willis
Level: All Levels.
Technique: Enameling/Design/Metalwork
Skills and techniques taught: How to use Crackle Enamels. How to use the temperature the kiln is set to flow the enamels, mix regular ground glass and crackle enamel, placing your piece in the kiln and how to remove it from the kiln

Description:

Make a beautiful necklace or domed piece  with ready to use enamel on both sides of the copper. This is so you may start quickly to have time to concentrate on your piece.   It is unpredictable how the colors may flow making your Jewelry work a piece of art.  We will use beautiful Enamel powder over crackle Enamel, to make your design your very own original design. Crackle is a special  enamel medium that uses ground glass to move the top layers of enamel.  Make a distorted design in your masterpiece.  Crackle will make an original that will not be able to be reproduced, you will create an original!  We will start with pre enameled domed disc, or a necklace.  You can wear your design home and it can accessorize your favorite outfit. This will be a fun and relaxing class.

You WILL complete this project in class.

Kit: $45.00 – This cost is in addition to the class fee paid directly to the instructor in class
Kit includes:

Copper Piece enameled on the front and back (counter Enamel) of the piece, Chain to finish your necklace to wear, 4 Jump rings to attach chain to copper backing and clasp, clasp for closing the chain, Use of crackle enamel powders, for your piece during class. Ideals for designs.  Instructions for the class.

Everything needed to have a completed piece to wear home. Welding Gloves to protect your hands and arms, from the heat of the Kiln, firing fork, trivet, rack sifters, pliers. All Enamels to complete project. Masks will be provided for the Enamel powders to protect you from breathing in the dust.

Skills Required:
None

Materials You are Required to Bring:
For student safety, it is suggested to wear a natural fiber shirt with short sleeve, preferably cotton tee shirt. Avoid loose and flowing clothes. Tie back long hair, wear close toed shoes like tennis shoes.

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Bezel and Prong Set Stone Pendant

Bezel and Prong Set Stone Pendant – $70.00

Saturday, April 2, 2022 |1pm-5pm

Instructor: Nancy Sacco
Level: Intermediate/Advanced
Technique: Hot Connections/Metalwork/Stone Setting
Skills and techniques taught: Soldering. Stone setting in prongs and partial bezel

Description:

I’m rummaging through my stash of stones and they seem to be patiently waiting for their turn to shine in a setting made just for them.  Maybe you have some stones in your stash that are waiting to be used in a beautiful piece of jewelry. If you want to learn how to prong or bezel set a stone, this class is for you.  You’ll learn how to solder the prongs and bezel to set your choice of cabochons.  

Arrive early to choose your cabochon. 

There’s nothing you need to bring to class!  You’ll be provided with everything you need for this project.   

Wear closed toe shoes, tie back long hair, and don’t wear loose flowing clothing. 

You WILL complete this project in class.

Kit: $40.00 – This cost is in addition to the class fee paid directly to the instructor in class

Kit includes: Precut sterling silver oval, decorative wire, bezel wire, selection of crushed stones, sterling silver jump ring, waxed cotton necklace cord.

Skills Required: Willingness to use a small butane torch.

Materials You are Required to Bring:
None

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Get your color on Earrings

Get your color on Earrings – $70.00

Saturday, April 2, 2022 | 2pm-5pm

Instructor: Roxan O’Brien
Level: All Levels
Technique: Metalwork/Design/Coloring Metal
Skills and techniques taught:

Description:
Create the look of an enameled piece without the use of a kiln! This amazing technique uses colored pencil and permanent ink to color a copper surface. In this workshop you will learn how to prepare copper to accept hand-applied color for a permanent affect, to design several pairs of beautiful earrrings you can be proud of. Beginners welcome! No prior skill or experience is needed.

You WILL complete this project in class.

Kit: $25 – This cost is in addition to the class fee paid directly to the instructor in class

Kit includes: Several pairs of copper earrings blanks and earwires. All supplies needed to complete this project and colored pencils to share with the class.

Skills Required:
None

Materials You are Required to Bring:
Students must bring one 12 pack of Prismacolor premier colored pencils (in tin only); no other colored pencils will work. You may share the teacher’s colored pencils with the group.

 

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Stamp Your Art Out – Handstamped Bracelet

Stamp Your Art Out – Handstamped Bracelet – $70.00

Saturday, April 2, 2022 | 2pm-5pm

Instructor: Amanda Leonhart

Instructor: Amanda Leonhart
Level: Beginners
Technique: Stamping
Skills and techniques taught: Handstamping, lashing metal to leather

Description: In this class you will learn how to handstamp an aluminum or copper blank, shape it and attach it to a leather bracelet with wire, while learning tips and tricks along the way

You will complete this project in class.

Kit: $20 – This cost is in addition to the class fee paid directly to the instructor in class

Kit includes:  Aluminum or copper blank, leather, magnetic clasp, wire, incidentals. Instructor will provide tools needed such as hammer, steel block, ruler, stamping tape, sharpie, wire and will have multiple style font stamps and design stamps for the class to share

Skills Required: Steady hands and able to hold and swing a 16oz hammer

Materials You are Required to Bring: Flush cutters, your favorite stamp set or metal stamp designs if you have any that you would like to use

 

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Floral Beauty

Floral Beauty – $70.00

Sunday, April 3, 2022 | 9am-12noon

Instructor: Roxan O’Brien
Level: All Levels
Technique: Cold Connections/Metalwork/Coloring Metal
Skills and techniques taught: Using several color techniques, metal stamping, coloring on metal and use of patina

Description:
Create the look of an enameled piece without the use of a kiln! This amazing technique uses colored pencil and permanent ink to color a copper surface. In this workshop you will learn how to prepare copper to accept hand-applied color for a permanent effect, and how to use metal stamps, fluid color and patina to design a beautiful pendant you can be proud of. Beginners welcome! No prior skills or experience is needed.

You WILL complete this project in class.

Kit: $25 – This cost is in addition to the class fee paid directly to the instructor in class

Kit includes: Prepared copper shapes, several grades of sand paper, turpentine, alcohol, liquid prep, jump rings, cotton, patina, all other supplies needed and written instructions. All tools needed to complete this project like hammers, pliers, etc.

Skills Required:
None

Materials You are Required to Bring:
Students should bring one 12 pack of Prsimacolor premiere colored pencils (in tin only); no other colored pencils will work, or share the  teacher’s colored pencils with the group. 

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Freeform Sterling and Opal Inlay Ring

Freeform Sterling and Opal Inlay Ring – $90.00

Sunday, April 3, 2022| 9am-3pm

Instructor: Nancy Sacco
Level: Intermediate/Advanced
Technique: Metalwork/Hot Connections/Crushed Stone Setting
Skills and techniques taught: Soldering. Design. Make fine silver ball embellishments. Make a crushed opal focal “cabochon”

Description:

In this class you’ll learn how to measure for a perfectly fitted ring, add sterling silver wire and fine silver ball embellishments to enhance the crushed lab opal gemstone focal piece.  You’ll make a freeform wire bezel to encapsulate your choice of a wide variety of crushed opal.  Small butane torches will be used to solder all to a sterling silver band.  The ring design and choice of stones will make this a truly unique ring for each student to wear proudly!  Please  arrive early to choose your opal. 

Students must tie back long hair, wear closed toe shoes, and avoid wearing loose flowing clothing

You WILL complete this project in class.

Kit: $40.00 – This cost is in addition to the class fee paid directly to the instructor in class

Kit includes: Sterling silver sheet and wire. Fine silver. Crushed lab opal. All tools required plus silver solder, crock pot and pickle, soldering boards, butane torches, bench polisher, bench sander

Supplies Provided by Instructor: All tools required plus silver solder, crock pot and pickle, soldering boards, butane torches, bench polisher, 

Skills Required: Willingness to use a small butane torch. Steady hands

Materials You are Required to Bring:
None

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Lava Rock Diffuser Bracelets

Lava Rock Diffuser Bracelets – $60.00

Sunday, April 3, 2022 | 10am-12pm

Instructor: Nicole Dul
Level: All Levels
Technique: Bead Stringing/Knotting/Design/Gluing/Essential Oils
Skills and techniques taught: Bead designing and stringing, knotting, gluing, essential oil blending and application, pairing of stone, crystals and oils

Description:
Enjoy a bit of aromatherapy all day long by creating your very own lava rock diffuser stretch bracelets. Experience the restorative properties of lava rock, essential oils, crystals and stones. The porous qualities of lava beads allow them to absorb essential oils and act as a natural diffuser which will aid in soothing and rebalancing your physical, emotional, and spiritual state. Learn how to pair nature’s extraordinary healing gifts for optimal results. Make one bracelet, or a whole stack, for yourself or to give as unique gifts and leave with essential oil dropper bottles of your own blends for each bracelet. All levels welcome.

You WILL complete this project in class.

Kit: $15 – This cost is in addition to the class fee paid directly to the instructor in class
Kit Includes:
Glass dropper (1), lava beads (20), spacer beads (10), coordinating semi-precious stone/crystal beads (5), Stretch cord (10″), charm (1), focal bead or large lava bead (1)

Instructor will provide these supplies to share with class – nipper tools, scissors, E600 glue, bead bugs, bead mats, essential oils

Skills Required:
None

Materials You are Required to Bring:
None

 

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The Phoenix Pendant

The Phoenix Pendant – $90.00

Sunday, April 3, 2022 | 10am-4pm

Instructor: Susan Sassoon
Level: Advanced
Technique: Bead Stitching/Bead Weaving/Peyote
Skills and techniques taught: Pear shaped bezel, warped square with scalloped edge, odd count peyote

Description:
The Phoenix Pendant is an advanced beading project inspired by the techniques of Contemporary Geometric Beadwork. Students should have some experience with peyote stitch. The class will teach how to make peyote warped squares, scalloped edges, odd count turns and a pear shape bezel with a closed back. Instructions for a twisted herringbone chain are also included, although students may choose to use other chain designs. The pattern is written in step by step format, so the ability to read a peyote graph or word chart is not required.

You will NOT complete this project in class.

Kit: $85.00 – This cost is in addition to the class fee paid directly to the instructor in class
Kit includes: delica beads, seed beads, pear shaped crystal stone, wire guard, lobster clasp.

Skills Required:
Peyote stitch, herringbone stitch and twisted herringbone stitch

Materials You are Required to Bring:
Bead Mat, size 10, 11 or 12 beading needle. Beading thread, scissors

 

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Long Fine Lines

Long Fine Lines – $70

Sunday, April 3, 2022 | 10am-5pm

Instructor: Gail Willis
Level: All Levels.
Technique: Enameling/Design/Metalwork
Skills and techniques taught: Learn how to use water color enamels and regular enamels. The temperature the kiln is set to flow the enamels, mix different colors and make different effects to your piece. Learn how to place your piece in the kiln and removing it from the kiln

Description:

Make a beautiful necklace pre enameled necklace made with Mason Stain, (black) with ready to use enameled on both sides of the copper. This is so you may start quickly to have time to concentrate on your piece. We will use beautiful enamel water color that is fine ground glass to fire in the kiln for an enamel, your very own original design. Make a design that you can follow step by step. It can be your original that will not be able to be reproduced. You will create an original!  We will start with pre enameled neck piece, or a necklace.

You can wear your design home and it can accessorize your favorite outfit. This will be a fun and relaxing class.

You WILL complete this project in class.

Kit: $45.00 – This cost is in addition to the class fee paid directly to the instructor in class
Kit includes:

Copper Piece enameled on the front and back (counter Enamel) of the piece, chain to finish your necklace to wear, 4 Jump rings to attach chain to copper backing and clasp and a clasp for closing the chain. Use of Enamel for your piece during class. Ideas for designs and Instructions for the class.

Everything needed to have a completed piece to wear home. Welding Gloves to protect your hands and arms, from the heat of the Kiln, firing fork, trivet, rack sifters, pliers, all enamels to complete project. Masks will be provided for the powders students will use when sifting the powders to protect from breathing in the dust. All tools and materials needed will be provided to share in class.

Skills Required:
None

Materials You are Required to Bring:
For student safety, it is suggested to wear a natural fiber shirt with short sleeves, preferably cotton tee shirt. Avoid loose and flowing clothes. Tie back long hair, wear close toed shoes like tennis shoes.

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