Lampwork Bead Bracelet

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Instructor: Ronda Stevens
Ronda has been teaching wire wrap design and soldering classes over 10 years at bead shows and local bead stores. She began teaching at larger venues in 2015 and opened her own studio in Jacksonville, FL. She specializes in traditional wire wrap design and loves to see her students succeed in her classes. She released her first book in October 2013, Twists n Turns the Art of Wire Wrap Design and her second book was released in July 2016, Twists n Turns the Art of Wire Wrap Design II. She is co-owner of the Great Bead Escape Retreat which is in its 7th year of introducing attendees to the world of Jewelry Art. She produces and sells instructional DVDs on many of her original designs.

Currently not available.
Location: The Tucson Bead Show
Skill Levels: Advanced - students must have experience and be adept at wrapping with half round wire and be comfortable working with/handling multiple wires
Dates/Times: February 4, from 1:00pm to 5:00pm
Fees: $135 » (Includes all required materials and use of instructors tools)

I designed this to enhance an Artisan created lampwork lentil bead. This is an advanced class. You will work with multiple square wires to create a 3 dimensional frame around your bead. The student will be provided with an Artisan created lampwork lentil bead, Sterling Silver accent beads, Sterling Silver and Gold Filled square and half round wire, complete tutorial with photographed step by step instructions and use of instructors tools while in class. I allow 4 hours for the class to give time for demonstrations on each phase of the bracelet. Students should be adept at wrapping with half round wire and be comfortable working with/handling multiple wires.

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