Jewelry-Making Classes

February 19, 2018

Ready to try something new this Spring?

Check out the free projects in our design gallery! Click the learn tab on our website for technique info. Peruse the blog for design inspirations. Or, take a class in our Spokane Showroom! We have great instructors, small class sizes and exciting projects. Techniques offered this spring include torch-fired enameling, BRONZclay, soldering (copper and silver), crystal clay, ICE Resin and metal etching. Visit www.rings-things/classes or subscribe to the NW Regional News to learn more.

Tempest Clasp (shown above) is an advanced class taught by author and award-winning designer Sarah Thompson of Sarah ‘n Dippity! Stay tuned for her new beginner level classes this fall.

micro mosaic class taught by sondra barrington featuring swarovski ceralun ceramic epoxy crystal clay

Micro mosaic class featuring Swarovski Ceralun Ceramic Epoxy Crystal Clay taught by Sondra Barrington. Students will use air-dry crystal clay to create personalized pendants.

copper solder emboss metal class taught by nikki hatt

Nikki Hatt of Manhatt’n Elegance teaches you to emboss metal, solder copper and make connections in this beginning bracelet class.

BRONZclay bronze clay class taught by Jerri Shepard

Jerri Shepard teaches this BRONZclay class (and fires all the pieces!). A great opportunity to play with clay, and Jerri’s collection of clay molds (old world relics & designs). BRONZclay creates a beautiful patina of color naturally during the firing process.

torch-fired enamel class taught by melanie lieb featuring thompson enamel

Torch-fired-enamel classes continue to be popular! We offer two beginner classes, basic applications (painting, stenciling and sifting) and designing with wire.

ice resin class taught by summer melaas

Summer Melaas teaches ICE resin. A great class for both beginner and advanced students.

torch solder sterling class taught by nikki hatt manhatt'n elegance

Nikki Hatt Manhatt’n Elegance teaches beginning soldering and basic metalworking classes. This dragonfly pendant is a beginner metalworking/torch soldering class.

ferric chloride etching class taught by sondra barrington

Learn to safely use ferric chloride in this copper etching class taught by Sondra Barrington. Learn to use resists to create incredible designs in this fun class.

Subscribe to the NW Regional News for class, trunk show, Showroom sale info & more.

Outside the Spokane area?

Our blog contains many step-by-step projects. Some popular blogs include:

How to wire wrap a briolette

Making layered, wrapped leather bracelets

How to make a tassel necklace

The learn tab on our website is very useful! It contains lots of good reference information, how-to’s for popular jewelry techniques, and more. Check out:

Metal Stamping 101

Birthstone Charts

Metals & Platings

Whatever you decide to pursue, have fun creating! Sondra

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