Monday, October 26, 2009

mermaid cuff class


Hi, quick post.  I am teaching this cuff class this Sunday, Nov.1 at Piecemakers in Costa Mesa CA.  Call 714-641-3112 to reserve your seat.  It's a fun introduction into organic wire wrapping and abstract design for all levels. Info below:

cost: $50
11a-3p
The siren of the sea beckons you into a world of make believe!  Construct a bracelet cuff with wire, pearls, azure beads and sparkling jewels.    Learn about design and composition as we unravel the divine order of adornment in all its splendor and free form wire work.   Of course if mermaids are not your “thing” by all means select another theme.   The excellent selection that Piecemakers has to offer allows for infinite creativity, so go and select!    Please use the sample in the store as an example.

Materials and resources~  Most supplies can be found at Piecemakers unless otherwise noted:

20 beads, pearls, rhinestones, and some semi-precious stones.     A mix of small ,medium and large beads work well.   Bead sizes range from 2mm-10mm

1 larger size focal bead

1 rhinestone focal piece (must have holes to string wire through)

1 chandelier crystal

1 piece of velvet trim w/rhinestone border no more than 5 inches

1 strip of lace to line the cuff 10 x 4 inches max

A handful of other bits and bobs

Jewelry pliers:
Chain nose, round nose, flat nose and cutters

Fabric scissors

6 comments:

Morna said...

It is oh, so beautiful. :)

mystele said...

hello, robin! thanks for stopping by my blog today...same to you!!!

Denise said...

Look at you go..... I like to look but just could not take the time to do that..... Good job!

linnea-maria said...

What a cute armcuff! It's so fun using old jewelery to make something new. Have a wonderful weekend /linnea-maria

Marbella Jewelry Designs said...

Hello,

Thanks for visiting my blog and commenting. I'm so glad I found a local. Do you ever teach in the south bay?

JoAnnA Pierotti said...

Beautiful Robin. How fun it would be to take your class.

Thanks for stopping by my blog today and for your kind words.

Love your bottles!!!

xo joanna