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Bangle Bracelets - March 23

Bangle Bracelets - March 23

Regular price $175.00 USD
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Spring is here so it's time to ditch the gloves and long sleeves and start accessorizing your wrists!

Bangle bracelets have been made for centuries from metal, stone, or a combination thereof.  They are a versatile piece of jewelry that has remained a popular staple in the fashion industry which can be worn minimally as a single bracelet or stacked.

In this one day class, you'll twist, texture and solder thick metal wire (choose from copper, sterling silver, or brass) to make a stack of three bangle bracelets. The design opportunities are endless; this is a great class to get creative and leave inspired!

In this class, you will learn:

  • Sizing for bangles
  • Wire gauge and metal selection
  • Sawing
  • Soldering different kinds of metal
  • Texturing with hammers
  • Forming
  • Patina/finish options

Class Duration: 8 hours with a 30 minute break for lunch

Prerequisite: Metals 1, Intro to Metalsmithing, or equivalent

Please review our cancellation policy before registering.  By registering for this workshop, you agree to our cancellation policy, dress code, studio rules.

Tools and Materials

Tools will be provided.

Materials kit: $35. Fee is payable to instructor at time of class. Check, cash (exact change), or Venmo accepted.

    About the instructor, Samantha Chang

    Samantha headshotSamantha Chang is from Buffalo, NY and recently moved to Louisville, CO after spending ten years in Brooklyn. She's a multidisciplinary artist & jeweler who has studied various jewelry processes including beading, wire wrapping, pearl knotting, fabrication, wax carving, and most recently, welding! She taught her first jewelry making class when she was 16 and fell in love with sharing knowledge & techniques. 

    Samantha learned jewelry making through classes at local bead stores, lots of trial and error, and has taken metal fabrication classes at the Jewelry Arts Institute in Manhattan. She then was an apprentice for an independent jeweler in Brooklyn. Most recently, she was a bench jeweler at Catbird NYC before moving out to Colorado with her husband. Samantha now has a jewelry line that she sells on Etsy and in art festivals. 

    A few of Samantha's favorite this are: painting, drawing, and spending time with her dogs and husband.
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