Tuesday, February 11, 2020
1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Tuition: $30 Materials: $15
Wire wrapping is an ancient craft that has been around for thousands of years. Learn how to create your own one-of-a-kind stone pendant necklace. In this class you will learn some wire wrapping basics, how to use the appropriate tools, and how to add a patina to your finished jewelry to give it an antique look. We will be using copper wire with a variety of stone cabochons to choose from! Additional materials are available for purchase for $15 if you would like to make more than one necklace.
About the Instructor: Elizabeth Engelke is a busy mother of five who loves to make crafts in her spare time. Her interests have included crochet, taxidermy, macrame, gardening, wire wrapping and pine needle basketry. She enjoys a challenge, and her beautiful work reveals her enthusiasm and skill. She currently sells wire wrapped and macrame jewelry at local farmers markets, Ubetcha in Tower, and in her Etsy shop at HookNStoneCreations. Register Here