Whether you are new to jewellery making or would like some workshop time to improve your skills, this is the course for you. Over the 10 weeks, you will make a range of samples in copper, using the techniques shown and complete a workbook of processes. You will also complete at least two pieces of wearable silver jewellery.
The course is led by Beccy Gillatt.
Dates and cost
Mondays 7pm to 9pm starting on 24 September for 10 weeks (excluding 22 and 29 October).
Cost: £180 per person
The course is limited to 10 spaces (maximum). The course is suitable for both total beginners and those with some experience.
Bookings are to be made direct with Beccy. Please email Beccy or call her on 07818 406926, to confirm your place.
What you need to bring:
An apron (or old clothes)
Notepad (blank page) or sketchbook
Pen and pencil
Any jewellery that you have made before
Textures such as skeleton leaves, fabric off cuts, textured paper
What to wear
Please make sure that you have a hairband to tie your hair back and do not wear floaty skirts, really loose fitting clothes, scarves or open toe shoes, as we will be in a workshop environment. We will use torches and some acids, which can damage clothes so an apron or pinny is recommended as well as remembering not to wear your favourite jeans!
What is included
Use of tools (if you have your own, please do bring them)
Copper for sampling, consumables like saw blades and solder
Handouts on processes and techniques
Facebook page tutorials
Your work will feature on the Facebook page too!
What you will make
You will make a range of samples, in copper, using the techniques shown and complete a workbook of processes. You will complete at least two pieces of wearable silver jewellery within the 10 weeks.
If you have a design in mind
If you already have a design in mind please contact Beccy to discuss the viability and what you might need to purchase to make it.
Contact the tutor
If you have any questions at all about the course, please do not hesitate to email Beccy or call her on 07818 406926. She will be happy to help. Alternatively, you can 'chat' with her on her Facebook page #beccygillattsilverjewellerytutor