In this hands-on jewellery workshop, you will learn the two most commonly used techniques in beaded jewellery making plus loads of finishing touches and hands-on tips from a local jewellery designer.
Love wearing jewellery? Want to learn the basics of jewellery making? Then this jewellery workshop is for you!
What you'll make:
An illusion choker strung on flex wire and simple drop earrings using Czech glass crystals
A linked crystal choker and small drop earrings.
Make and finish the pieces in your choice of colour.
Plus - Receive a student participant pack on the day which will help you get started in jewellery making:
Booklet 23 pages of inspiration from beads, techniques and design tips
Discount code for future workshop bookings
What you'll learn:
Learn how to string beads on wire and finish off with a clasp.
Learn how to individually link beads to make a "rosary" style bead chain. (Linking is a technique used to make earrings, necklaces, bracelets and chokers.)
Use of tools on the day and all materials are supplied.
Plus order optional add ons and continue your creativity at home with your newly learnt jewellery skills.(collect at your workshop):
Wire 5m with crimps and clasps
Earring part set (5pr) brass, silver plate and/or surgical steel
Tools wire cutters, round nose and flat nose pliers
Czech glass bead mixes 'pastel' (pink, mint, lemon, baby blue), 'warm' (red, oranges and pinks) or 'cool' (purple, blues and greens) colours
We offer workshops at two inner west studios:
Easily accessible by public transport the studio is located in the redeveloped iconic Flour Mill.
By light rail: A one minute walk from Lewisham West light rail stop
By train: less than 10 minutes walk from Summer Hill railway station.
After your workshop, enjoy a tipple at one of the small bars or a bite to eat at one of the many restaurants on offer in Summer Hill village. Register now.
Christine Smalley is fully vaccinated against COVID-19, and adheres to COVID-19 government guidelines.
I disinfectant all the tables and chairs before and after each class and have available for class participants hand sanitiser pumps in the kitchen, bathrooms, and workshop space.