PART 1: SKILLS (1 - 1˝ Hours)
Overview of the different types of posts
Making French wires & French wires with stones using a jig
Making decorative earrings, pendants, etc. with a jig
Wrapping stones onto the post.
In Part 1 I will teach you the basic skills needed to make your earrings & using the jig. You may then take as much time as you feel you need practicing these skills
before starting your piece. If you don't have time to finish before the end of the class, you may either finish it on your own or you can bring it to a
Follow Up Class.
PART 2: MAKING YOUR EARRINGS: (1˝ - 2 Hours)
Once you've learned the basic skills, I will get you started on making your earrings. Feel free to ask any questions as I will be there for guidance and help with whatever you
need. If you're not yet comfortable to begin making your piece, feel free to take more time and practice. You can always take your piece home to work on or bring it
back to a Follow Up Class.
BEFORE COMING TO CLASS:
Choose the earring design you'd like to make. You don't have to make the exact earrings pictured. You are welcome to use different stones and posts if you like. I will be
bringing a selection of posts, but if you are wanting to use different stones, I will need to know prior to the class which ones you would like to use.
Click here for approved design options.
Each class will be $80 per person plus $20 if you want to keep your tools (wire cutters, round nose pliers & rubber jaw flat nose pliers). Each class has
Click here to purchase tools, sorter trays, carrying cases, etc.
Min 2 / max 6 people per class.
Payment by Amex, Visa, Master Card, cash or Paypal only.
FOLLOW UP CLASSES:
These are classes for repeat students so that they can practice their skills.
Click here for details. Every 4th Follow Up Class is FREE!
WHEN & WHERE:
Classes will be held at a studio in mid-town Manhattan/NYC. The location will be emailed after registration. I don't mean to sound secretive, but I'm not always able to reserve time at the same studio.
Click here to view the class schedule.