Open Today Jan 25 12-4

image We will be open today, Sunday, Jan 25 from 12-4.

The Bricks and Mortar bracelet class that was scheduled for yesterday at 10:30 is rescheduled to Sunday Jan 25 at 12:30 for those that can make it.

Be sure to stock up on projects before the next storm on Tuesday

 

Texture Wrap Ring

Text Wrap Ring

Texture Wrap Ring Class – All levels

Thursday, Juanuary 22, 2014 5:45p.m.

Join us in this really fun class and learn how to use a torch on wire, how to texture and shape your ring, and how to antique it if desired.  This is a great class to start working with a torch or as an introductory to working with wire.

All skill levels are welcome to this class.  Please bring a hammer, a mouse pad, and a bench block (if you have – otherwise we sell them), and prepare to get textured!

If you have already done this class and would like to make yourself another ring, the class fee will be just $10 plus your materials.

Class Fee $35  (Class almost full)
Approximate Materials Fee $23 plus bench block if needed

 

Bricks and Mortar Bracelet Class – Advanced Beginner

Bricks and Mortar Bracelet

Bricks and Mortar Bracelet Class – Intermediate Skill Level

Class cancelled for today due to snow storm. Saturday, January 24th, 10:30a.m.

Class rescheduled for Sunday, Jan 25th at 12:30 for those that can make it  

Finally here!  The most requested bracelet lately is the Bricks and Mortar piece.  You must have some bead stitching knowledge prior to taking this class.  I will show you how to combine two-hole tiles and tiny seed beads to create this bracelet entirely out of beads, including the clasp.

Be sure to bring magnifiers if needed.  This project will need to be finished on your own and won’t be completed in class.  Tulip size #10 needle is highly recommended for this project.

Class Fee $35

Approximate Materials Fee $35

Basics Practice Session

Basics Practice Session

Basics Practice Session – Advanced Beginner

Saturday, January 10th 10:30-12noon Or
Thursday, January 29th 5:45-7p.m.

Jump Rings, wire wrapped loops, crimps, memory wire, and elastic still giving you a problem?  These are some of the most important back bone pieces of jewelry making.  If you already are familiar with these techniques but need a little extra encouragement or to amp up your technique, this is the class for you.

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