Tuesday, October 26, 2010


charmbraceletjulieThis class introduces the beginner jewelry student to the basic wire twist link that is a building block for most jewelry art assemblage. Students will learn how to make a collection of links and dangle components using head pins, eye pins and straight wire and then proceed to learn how to connect them for earrings, bracelets and necklaces or choose to make a charm bracelet.  Regardless of your choice this class will offer the repetition needed to gain skill at professional looking wire wrapping. Projects may include one-of-a-kind lampwork beads, Bali silver beads, charms and Swarovski crystals (purchased separately). The bead obsessed will enjoy this class since we put a heavy dose of design strategy into our beading classes that will take students beyond the "cookie cutter" approach and challenges each participant to create their own wearable art.

I’ve signed up for 4 classes between now and the end of the year. This is the next one on Friday, Nov. 5th. I need lots of practice to perfect my wire wrapping skills, this seems like a good chance to have some fun at the same time.

TLD Design Center and Gallery

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