- Instructor: Peggy Foy
- July 17 – August 7, 2019
- four Wednesday evenings, 6:30 - 9:30pm
- Class Fee: $295
Advance your jewelry making skills by learning to add movement and increased complexity to your work. This Intermediate Series workshop will present a variety of ways to make hinges and clasps, including traditional hinges with knuckles, locket latches, and closures for necklaces and bracelets. Discover some ingeniously simple solutions and others that will stretch your metalsmithing skills; you will leave with several samples and a ton of new ideas. A great slump-buster, this class will help push your work to the next level! Beginning Series or equivalent required, returning students encouraged. *Students enrolled in multiple week classes are eligible and encouraged to work outside of class on class projects during Practice Hours.
- Beginning Series or equivalent required, returning students encouraged.
- -Copper and brass sheet, wire and tubing to complete projects
- -Sketchbook or notebook
-Extra Fine Sharpie(available in studio store)
Sterling silver to work with, including:
-Sterling Sheet – 20g or 22g (available in studio store)
-Sterling Wire in square (1.5x1.5mm) or rectangular (1x2mm) shapes
-Sterling Seamless Tubing: 1.8mm OD / 1.3mm ID(available in studio store)
-Sterling Round Wire: 16g (1.3mm diameter) (available in studio store)
Flex shaft accessories:
-High speed cylinder bur, 1mm size
-Cup bur - 2mm ID
-Separating Disc (available in studio store)
-Half-round pliers (available in studio store)
-Any favorite hand tools: saw frame, assorted files, pliers, flush cutters, ring mandrel, riveting hammer, calipers, dividers, scribe, center punch, and tube cutting jig.