This 8 week jewellery making course is suitable for all hand craft enthusiasts. You will learn everything you need to know about the basics of jewellery making. You’ll use a wide variety of different materials to complete accessories, earrings, necklaces and bracelets. Learn wire work techniques and explore fine bead work too. Gain a different skill with each project. On completion of your course, each student will have a collection of interchangeable, colour coordinated jewellery. Only 6 students per course. You will make and take home 22 different jewellery pieces in all.

Wednesdays from the 22nd of January to the 11th of March, 2020.

This 8 week jewellery making course will elevate your skills to a new level. Aimed at those who have a knowledge of making jewellery who wish to expand their technique and explore advanced skills. We will use specialised tools and materials. If you already have a grasp of jewellery making and wish to learn more, this course is for you. Techniques are: Profession Pearl Stringing, Loom Work, Mother of Pearl Necklace, Wire Spinning, Stone Setting and Viking Knit. These jewellery making techniques require specific tools and will result in bespoke on trend jewellery items.

Thursdays from the 23rd of January to the 12th of March, 2020.

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Stacey's class was full of surprises. Each week we were given a lovely pack of jewellery to make that evening. We made lots of quality items from earrings to necklaces and bracelets. We used different techniques, beads, Swarovski crystals - a great course, thank you Stacey
Julie Corr
Bray
I really enjoyed Stacey's class. You make jewellery that you'll actually wear! I'm now spoilt for choice with all the pieces I've made. I would highly recommend this course
Linda Walker
Leopardstown
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I really hope Stacey does an intermediate course next year. I for one will definitely be there if she does. I really enjoyed the classes and I learned so much. The jewellery pieces are very wearable. Stacey is a brilliant teacher with the patience of a saint
Sheila
Cabinteely
I recently completed the Intermediate to Advanced course with Stacey in her own home. During this course we built on techniques learnt in the introductory course and developed on into viking knit, pearl stringing, wire winding beads, loom work.. To name just a few techniques. I must say it was a step up, but with Stacey's enthusiasm and patience, I am now making lots of new jewellery - and totally enjoying it. I would highly recommend this course if you are interested in jewellery making and design
Louise
Booterstown