Course Provider: Angela Smith Jewellery
Contact Name: Angela Smith
PO BOX 2421
Course Length: 2 1/2 hours
5 star rating, 6 reviewers.
Jewellery designer for over 20 years, and a Theo Paphitis 'Small Business Sunday' #sbs winner on twitter as @pearlysmith
Learn how to make beaded earrings, necklaces and bracelets - after a brief demonstration showing you the basic techniques in beaded jewellery making - you can then have a go to make your own items of jewellery, choosing from a large selection of beads - with guidance!
These workshops are enjoyable, sociable and best of all you come out with beautiful beaded bracelets, necklaces and or earrings.
Angela uses a variety of techniques from more traditional bead stringing styles to knitting and crocheting jewellery using wire and beads and from time to time she will arrange workshops based around
knitted and crocheted jewellery.
Planned workshops for the Autumn
In Gnosall, Stafford
Sunday October 8th basic Jewellery Making 10am -12.30pm
Sunday October 8th knitted bracelet 1.30pm - 4pm
Sunday November 19th -basic Jewellery Making 10am - 12.30pm
Sunday 19th November- beaded snowflake making
Booking is essential so please contact Angela for further information
What's included in the price?
There is instruction throughout the session, Angela will provide a brief demonstration at the beginning of each workshop and will be on hand to advise and help throughout the remainder of the session, Angela also provides all the tools and work trays for the session, the cost of all beads, wires, threads and findings used to make your pieces are included in the price - there is an option to buy your own tools and beads to take away with you so you continue making more jewellery in your own time.
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