Wire Wrapped Jewellery With Jo Cross at Vitreus Art
This new jewellery workshop will teach you how to make funky wire-wrapped jewellery - using glass and stone 'jewels' and sea-glass in just one day. You'll make several necklaces or pendants or bracelet charms - using materials provided, or you can bring your own precious pieces of sea-glass to incorporate! No previous experience is necessary just a willingness to have a go! Step by step demonstrations; Variety of stones and jewels to choose from; Simple projects with copper wire to start, more sophisticated pieces in the afternoon with sterling silver wire; Pieces of sea glass provided, or bring your own holiday treasures! Taught by jeweller Jo Cross; Wire wrapping is a popular new method of making contemporary jewellery from interesting glass gems, stones or sea glass using affordable materials and simple tools. After this workshop, you'll have enough knowledge to make your own jewellery at home, with a set of printed reminders provided as well as the materials you'll need for your pieces on the day. The course cost of £130 person includes: Glass cabochons, polished stones and sea glass samples provided Use of tools, apron and wire for wrapping; Refreshments during the class and lunch from the nearby Bell Cafe; Maximum class size 4 people; Info sheet to keep with reminders of the techniques; All your jewellery to take home; This class runs at our Northants studio just outside Towcester from 10.30 am to (approx) 4.30 pm; If you have any questions prior to the start of the course please do not hesitate to contact us.
What's included in the price?
All materials needed for the main projects (further supplies can be bought on the day). Refreshments and lunch. Protective gear and aprons. An info pack with reminders and further information for home hobbyists.
1 day (10:30am to 4:30pm)
Easy - Cancellation and a full refund can be obtained up to 2 weeks before the course starts
- Wheelchair users
- Limited mobility
- Parking provided
- Engagement, birthdays & anniversaries
- Hen dos
- Suitable for beginners
- Public transport