Jewelry Making Techniques That I Teach

I've been teaching jewelry making for twelve years. I have made a great deal of effort to keep things fresh, introducing new ideas and techniques all of those twelve years. Because of this, I can teach a lot of different techniques, and projects. I invite you to look 

Metalsmithing

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at the many things I can teach you, get in touch with me, and set up a time to learn one or more of these techniques. Contact via e-mail. I live in St. Charles, MO, one of the many cities that make up the St. Louis metropalitan area. Because I work out of my 

studio, I can generally work around your schedule, and time needs. I love a road trip, and like to take short trips to midwestern cities to teach at bead stores, art center, jewelry making guilds, or bead events. Please feel free to contact me.

Wire Work

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Beadweaving

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Faux Chain Bling

You will be pushing your knowledge of Right Angle Weave just a little bit further, by learning this jewelry making project. You will be connecting tubular RAW in an old way in new places, while making the Faux Linked Chain. The links for the Faux Chain, uses RAW with bead variations that forms a lovely arch at each connection. This same technique then converts into the toggle. The links cage crystals along the arch and add bling.