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About the Course
These weekly Wednesday evening classes are designed to be flexible to meet the needs of each individual whether you’re just starting out in jewellery-making or if you’re looking to expand your existing skills and knowledge.
You may wish to have just one evening as a taster or choose to have several sessions to allow you to create more complex pieces. Whichever you choose these classes are designed to allow you the flexibility to suit your project.
With a class of just four students, in his fully equipped studio, Karl will guide you through the process of how to cut, file, shape and solder copper and silver, in order to create your own special piece (or pieces) of jewellery.
These intimate classes are designed to encourage participants to think about the way different materials work and how various methods such as heating, hammering and texturing, can assist in creating your final unique piece.
Working from either your own design ideas or a number of possible examples, Karl will work closely with you with to create it, within the parameters of both the timescales and materials available. Together, you will examine the designs, and explore the methods required to turn your design into a reality.
A set amount of materials are included on your first session to get you going and after that you can purchase what you need as you require.
The course will run on Wednesdays between 7pm and 9.30pm.
All tools required will be provided, however if you do have any personal tools you are more than welcome to bring them along.
Refreshments will be provided
*Minimum age 16
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?
Starting materials (with more available to purchase as required)
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