Making jewellery is extremely satisfying, as anyone who has experience of this will tell you! The courses listed below vary widely in price, length, and topic - but wherever you are in the UK - whether you fancy silver-smithing, beading or experimenting with metal clay, there will be a jewellery making course to suit you!
Learn to make your own beautiful solid silver jewellery from Art clay silver. This is a very versatile medium, so the possibilities are endless! Friendly instruction in a beautiful surrounding
They will all be held at my fully equipped studio in the Staffordshire countryside in a 400 year old converted barn.
I am fully qualified in the Art Clay Silver Diploma and have been making silver clay jewellery for a few years now. I have...
Learn to make and take home your own beautiful ring from 925 (sterling) silver, under the expert tuition of Jenny Maynard Jewellery!
Suitable for beginners with no previous jewellery making experience, you will be guided through every step by Jenny, a qualified and experienced metalsmith. Participants will need a reasonable amount of arm and hand strength.
Please visit our website via the link above for more details and to book online.
Have you ever wanted to make your own piece of silver jewellery? Or are you looking for a gift experience for someone who loves jewellery? My one day workshops will be an introduction to making silver jewellery using traditional tools and techniques in the tranquil setting of my garden workshop.
The day is totally tailored to you because my workshops are 1:1 (or you and a friend) and your jewellery making experience will begin before...
Tambour beading is a fast, precise, haute couture technique for adding beads and sequins to fabric with a tambour hook instead of a needle and thread. This technique was used to bead flapper dresses in the 1920s and is now the preferred method of beading used by the couture design house Chanel to bead their gowns.
You will first learn the basic thread chain stitch using our new size 140 extra large hook (the biggest...
The Photic School of Art is a jewellery school based in Mid Devon, near the village of Cadeleigh, and around 10 miles North of Exeter (a 30 minute drive). It is tutored by contemporary artist and jeweller, Sam Photic.
Sam is a member of the Devon Guild of Craftsmen, and exhibits and supplies galleries nationally.
Classes are held on Saturdays by appointment, and also available on weekdays for bookings of two or more students. Classes...
💜 Why choose BCTWorkshops to create jewellery 💜
If you leave this Jewellery Workshop, with the passion to continue your NEW Craft with your FREE Worksheets, to remind you of all learned today, then I have achieved what I set out to teach you!
✔Beginners and Refreshers are Welcome
✔ Experienced, Insured Tutor AET EXAM
✔All inclusive in booking fee (eg: silver/gold/crystals/beads)
✔No soldering/heat used
✔Small Groups of 4...
Join us for this interactive introduction to the affordable and enjoyable craft of resin jewellery. You will learn how to create your very own colourful bijouterie, with plenty of guidance and encouragement from our resin experts. This class is ideal for resin beginners - we will take you through the basics of working safely with epoxy resin as well as showing you different techniques for adding resin to jewellery.
From playing with colour pigments to...
Beautifully intricate patterns can be woven with metal links, and this class will show you the basics to get started with chainmaille weaving. Using rings made with your choice of silver or gold-plated wire, you'll learn to make a gorgeous helmweave bracelet. Enjoy a relaxed and friendly atmosphere and a cup of tea (and biscuits, of course!).
Suitable for complete beginners, you will be guided through every step by Wendy, owner of The Little Craftery,...
In this 3 and a half hour workshop, you will learn how to cut a silver/copper pendant from a selection of basic shapes with a jeweller’s saw or choose from a pre-cut selection, finish and de-burr your pendant, create texture using stamps and create your final pendant or earrings. Options to purchase a chain are also available.
As we will be using basic shapes and no soldering is required, the workshop will take place over...
Whether you have worked with Polymer clay or not, let's get creative!!
Polymer clay is a bake-able clay, which comes in different brands and colours.
I personally use Fimo for workshops as it is the most easily available in craft shops if you want to follow on after the course.
Many students have mentioned how they remember it from their childhood and are amazed that it has progressed into such an inspiring and interesting craft....