Students will be taught each step of the process to take two standard forks from everyday utensils to bijouterie in this jewelry project class. This class is up to four hours long but generally students can complete their bracelet in about 3 hours and are welcome to hang out and ask questions.
Instructor Lee Mash
Ages 16+ (Minors welcome but a parent/guardian must be present during class)
Beginners; no experience required
Basic Jewelry lab techniques
No Idea Foundry Tool Clearance
(Learn more about membership and tool clearance here.)
Pairs Well With
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Plan Your Visit
All materials and safety equipment supplied. Students may bring a fork with them for inspection to see if they can be used in place of the provided fork. Use of personal forks is not guaranteed and is at the discretion of the instructor. If your bracelet is intended to be a gift, please ensure you have the correct wrist measurements prior to arriving in class.
Closed-toed shoes, long sleeved shirts, natural fibers (cotton, denim, linen), with long hair pulled back.
Plan to arrive for class about 10-15 min early and check in at the front desk. Our main entrance is on State Street, with parking lot entrance on State St. as well. IF parking and street parking available.
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