with Aga Kruk
Aga Kruk shows you wire-wrapping methods to make seven different projects, including earrings, necklaces and pendants. You'll learn basic cold metalwork techniques such as looping and wrapping, twisting and hammering wire, multi-strand beading, and crafting intricate frames and bead clusters. Aga herself will encourage you to keep practicing and let your creativity shine! Her class will give you a whole new set of skills to let you make beautiful professional-looking jewelry to wear and give.
Meet your instructor, Aga Kruk, and learn more about the tools, wires, stones, beads and crystals you'll be working with in your class.
Aga walks you through the wire-wrapping basics that you'll use in all your class projects. She also discusses common mistakes and how to avoid or fix them.
Start your first wire-wrapping project with these fashionable earrings. Keep them simple or add embellishment. You'll learn how to create the ear wires yourself.
Create beautiful cascades of beads or stones with Aga's expert instruction. Learn how to work with chandelier frames, add stones and avoid common mistakes.
Dangling hoops decorated with clusters of beads are a stunning fashion accessory. Aga shows you how to make your own.
An ordinary power drill becomes a jewelry-making tool to make delicately twisted wire creations, with or without added beads.
Have more fun with twisting wires and adding beads to create beautiful bling!
Expand your jewelry artistry to make pretty multi-strand necklaces. Aga goes over the stringing materials, designing your necklace, adding the beads and choosing a clasp.
As a bonus, Aga shares how to create elaborate, beautiful forms using just wire and a bead or two. These forms can become earrings, pendants, bracelets and more!
"Being a novice to jewelry-making and feeling a little artistically challenged, I was pleasantly surprised to find that I, too, can make beautiful jewelry. Aga is an excellent instructor and the fact that you can post questions and get real-time answers is definitely a bonus. The ability to review portions of the class is extremely useful. I highly recommend this class to anyone interested in jewelry-making!"