Beginner Jewelry Making

Class name, Beginner Jewelry Making

Craft type, beading

Instructor, Barbara H

Class format, zoom

Class date, Beginning June 5, First Saturday of the month and class is ongoing.

Class time, 3 p.m. Eastern

Sign up deadline, none, sign up anytime!

 

Class description:

This is the first class in a series of ongoing classes for beginners about learning to make jewelry. Also, In this first class, students will learn how to use the tools and supplies needed to make jewelry.

In this first class students will make a 16-inch beaded necklace. In future classes students will learn how to make a bracelet and earrings.

Skills needed:

An interest in learning to make jewelry

Supply list:

Purl beads choose between 8mm, 6mm, or 4mm in color of your choice.

  • beating cord thickness of 1mm up to 2mm in material of your choice, (such as hemp, waxed cotton, leather, etc.)
  • spring ring clasp or barrel clasp
  • two bead tips size 2mm,
  • 2 shanks for all sizes
  • two jump rings, size 2mm or 4mm

large eye beating needles

  • needle nose pliers
  • round nose pliers
  • bent nose pliers
  • wire cutters

(Note, for questions about these supplies, please contact Barbara privately using the link with her name above.)

 

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