Beginner’s “Get to Know Your Tools and Materials”
For those of you who haven’t made jewelry before,
this is the perfect class
In this class, you will learn things like:
Why do we use one kind of wire for some things and another type for other
2) What is the difference?
3) Why can’t
I just buy the cheapest stuff to string on, nobody will see it anyway?
4) What’s the
difference in the number of strands inside a wire?
How do I use crimping pliers?
What are these things called wire guards and what are they good for?
Why do I have so many different pairs of pliers in my kit?
Can’t I just use the ones I have in the tool box in the garage?
What’s the difference between Silver Plated, Silver Filled, and Sterling
I am sensitive to metals in my earrings.
How do I know which wires are ok for me to use and which ones will bother
What is it about some earrings that make my ears hurt or itch?
What’s the difference between crimp tubes and crimp beads, and why is one
any better than the other?
SOOOOOOO much more!!!
Find out the tricks of the trade from a professional.
She will help you avoid some of the pit-falls of a new designer.
And pick her brain about things you have wondered about as you
thought about making jewelry.
You will not make a piece of jewelry in this class, but
bring your kit with you so the instructor can show you why you have each tool
and how to use them correctly.
When you leave this class you will have the knowledge to make jewelry-designing
decisions with confidence.
This is a Group Class, so reservations are required at one of the times when a
class is on the schedule