Intro to Wire Weaving

Introduction to Wire Weaving with Denise Sizemore
Project: Tree of Life on Labradorite with woven bale
Wednesday January 20th and 27th, 10 am to 12 pm
at Rock Building

Costs include a class fee ( for the two classes) and a Tree of Life kit fee
Tools needed (will be available at class)
     -Flush Cutters
     -Nylon Jaw Pliers
     -Needle Nose Pliers
     -Flat Nose Pliers
     -Round Nose Pliers

Space is limited to 6 people, at this time masks are required.
Previous Wire Wrap experience a plus but not needed.
January 20th, we will start with a quick introduction to tools and supplies.
By end of first class we will have tree mounted on stone.
January 27th, we will do woven bale and secure tree with finishing touches and filing of wires if need.
Please contact Denise @ to pre-register for class.
No walk-ins for this class.
***Labradorite Cabochons from Patrick & Kayla Warner

Please pre-register for this 2-day project. Introducing you to wire weave will start with tools and uses, materials, and examples of what you can do with wire weaving with and without stones. Our first project the Tree of Life with Labradorite stone and a wire weave bale, is a good way to learn how to play with the wire.  Previous experience not necessary. January 20th and 27th our goal will be to learn about tools, wire, incasing your stone, and basic figure eight wire weave bale. The kit fee includes Labradorite stone and wire needed to complete your pendent. There will have tools available to use only at class.


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