Tools and Jigs for Multiples
October 22 – 25, 2021
Online hosted by
Silvera Jewelry School
Register at: Silvera Jewelry School
Creating elements that combine form with function will add to the uniqueness of your designs. The challenge is in duplicating them. Jayne Redman shows you how by introducing the many methods of making tools and jigs she has developed. This workshop will focus on ways to duplicate three dimensional shapes in wire and sheet using hard and thermal plastics, wood and steel.
Gain the knowledge to comfortably modify existing tools and invent tools and jigs of your own design. Create perfect wire loops, single and reverse curve ear wires, and linkage systems. Make a series of tools that will give you time saving ways of measuring, cutting, connecting and forming wire or sheet. You will be able to make exact duplicates of your forms and findings, enhancing your craftsmanship and adding appeal to your jewelry.
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Links are available at http://www.silverajewelry.com.
A computer, phone or tablet to use the free Zoom app for class. An additional device (capable of accessing the Zoom link) and holder to position it over your work space allowing the instructor to see your work.