Wild Woman Bangles

A The Tucson Bead Show Workshop [select another show]

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Instructor: Debora Mauser
Debora Mauser is a nationally known instructor that has been teaching for 7 years. You can find her classes at Bead Fest, Bead and Button, William Holland School as well as Tucson and local bead stores and schools and now for the first year Tucson Bead Show. She has been featured in many national magazines, has an online video with Craftsy and is a Certified Instructor with Painting with Fire. Debora started her career teaching wire, and is now teaching enameling, metal, keum bo and techniques with a hydraulic press. Students will excel in the laid back friendly atmosphere of Debora’s classes while learning exciting new techniques!

Currently not available.
Location: Radisson Suites Tucson
Skill Levels: All
Dates/Times: February 4, from 2:00pm to 5:00pm
Fees: $115

Use hardware components from your local store, leftover wire and beads from your bench and create a unique Wild Woman bangle. Students will learn to make coils, wire beads, discuss design options and use a variety of wire gauges and shapes. Your imagination is your guide! Kit includes enough material for 2 bangles and most students will finish both during the 3 hour class.

Tools for students to bring:
Heavy Wire Cutters
Flat file
Optional:
Coiling tool

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