Course Start DatesSunday 29th March 2020
About the Course
Join Amy Hubbard on our 6 week stringing, knotting and threading fashion jewellery term time course teaching you techniques to build upon your beading and threading skills. All abilities are welcomed.
The first 3 sessions will involve learning the techniques, which you will then be able to practice under the professional support of our fantastic tutor, Amy. She will aid you with your own projects throughout the term, sharing her expertise and top tips to help you develop a wide range of new skills.
As well as learning about the tools required for each method, you will learn a range of techniques during the term:
Week 1 – Learning to string using wire and crimp method.
Week 2 – Learning to string using thread and french wire (unknotted)
Week 3 – Learning to string using thread and french wire with knots.
Week 4 – Design and make your own pieces.
Week 5 – Design and make your own pieces.
Week 6- Design and make your own pieces.
Time: Sunday Afternoon 12-2pm
Dates: Start date is listed above, please see the 'View website' link above for more details.
Length: 2 hours each week, each term runs for 6 weeks
Tutor: Amy Hubbard
If booking with a CraftCourses voucher for part or all of the course fee, please fill in the contact form above. Your voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.
What's included in the price?
– All tools and consumables are supplied
– Light refreshments are provided
The cost of this course includes some basic beads and pearls, however bring along any of your own collections that you may wish to learn to string. We have some supplies available to purchase in the workshop.
You are also welcome to combine silver jewellery with your beading techniques as Amy is a highly skilled fashion tutor and goldsmith.
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