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Metalsmithing at Home: Cold Connections with Cheryl Tuttle J101O

96 Seats Available

Metalsmithing at Home: Cold Connections with Cheryl Tuttle






Meeting Times

  • Saturday 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM


How you finish your work is important. Have you ever wondered which glue is the best or which thread or metal you should use? This is the workshop for you! You will be able to identify which tools are best for the job. All of the basic cold connections of jewelry making will be covered including: making different clasps, how to connect and add beads to your work, earwires, jump rings, and other attachments.  


Saturday: February 27, 2021

Class time: 10-1

This is a virtual workshop that will take place on ZOOM.

Last day to register: February 25, 2021

Students will need to purchase their own materials


Materials Needed

notebook and a pencil for note taking

round nose pliers

chain nose pliers

wire cutters

ball peen hammer

metal block or surface to hammer on

20 gauge copper or brass wire (save your silver for after you learn)

a few 10mm beads (the 20 gauge wire should fit through the center of the beads)

metal file

Emery board file for acrylic nails (from the salon or the local cvs type store)

Suggestion for basic jewelry supplies: www.firemountaingems.com


  • Tuition $65.00
Total: $65.00