Jump Start Jewelry with Myra Perrin April 24-25, 2021

Craftsmanship Across the Board


$365 tuition + $200 materials, includes tools & supplies

Key Points:
*How to use a jeweler’s saw
*How to file and finish metal
*How to anneal metal
*How to form and forge metal into 3D designs
*How to cold connect jewelry elements
*How to add color and texture to metal
*How to add findings (ear wires, connecting rings and chain)

MASW…Where Creativity Flourishes

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More Information on this Workshop

Metal is an exciting material! Copper and silver are two of the most common metals which can easily be shaped with basic metal working tools and techniques to create wearable jewelry. Through design development each student will explore his or her own personal design style. Emphasis will be placed on acquiring confidence with the tools used. Myra will show the correct ways to saw, file, forge, form, color, join and finish metal. With these skills, students will be able to continue working metal in their own workshops. This is a great class for the beginner with limited time or for those desiring to further develop their skills. No experience necessary – just a desire make metal move. Students will work primarily with copper and/or silver which all make for beautiful adornments. The material fee will be based on a “kit” of jewelry material. Students will have the option to purchase additional materials during the class.

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Jump Start Jewelry with Myra Perrin April 24-25, 2021