European 4-in-1 Chain Maille Bracelet with Rubber O-Rings!

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Instructor: Susan Ryza
Susan Ryza designs & fabricates hand-crafted jewelry using a variety of materials, including wire, cord, gemstones, Swarovski crystal, plate metal, chain, fabric & ribbon. As a jewelry teacher as well as a designer, she loves learning & incorporating new techniques & methods – among them chain maille, bead weaving, wirework & bead stringing. She has a BFA from Rhode Island School of Design, and an MS in Education from Long Island University. Since 2000, she has taught jewelry-making & fiber crafts at Santa Monica College, various local Santa Monica schools & stores, & at her home studio. Having a textile design background, she especially enjoys adapting fiber techniques for jewelry – using macramé, crochet, spool knitting, netting, weaving, knotting & braiding. Website: susanryza.com In addition to teaching, Susan worked with weavers in the Peace Corps in El Salvador and owned a wholesale millinery and handcraft import business for 15 years.

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Skill Levels: All
Dates/Times: October 20, from 3:00pm to 5:30pm
Fees: $75 » includes materials

In this class, you will learn an important and ancient chain maille weave (European 4-in-1) and adapt it to make this stylish, trendy cuff bracelet in the color(s) of your choice! You will come away with a finished bracelet, along with detailed, printed instructions for applying these techniques to future projects. Bring any pliers you already own. Tools will also be available for purchase or borrowing in class.
For more information and to sign up for the workshop, email Susan at susan@susanryza.com
or call 310-944-1299. Class size is limited to 6, so register early!
Skill Levels: All
Dates/Times: Saturday, October 20, 2018, 3pm-5:30pm
Fees: $75, including all materials. A variety of ring colors will be available.
Location: Booth 236, Delfina Ballroom

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