Stamped Metal Jewelry - Chain Stitch Pendant - Mar 28
Learn the art of stamping on metal, one tool at a time. With a metal bench block, a brass hammer, and a collection of metal stamps you will use your muscle to create mandalas, words and other beautiful designs. We will show you how to transform your stamping into jewelry.
Saturday, March 28th, 10am-1pm
Class cost is $95
Plus a $35 materials fee payable directly to Taryn on the day of class.
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We’ll start off working with copper, then make our way to aluminum and finally, sterling silver. We will also cover making holes in metal, and wire wrapping with headpins for basic connections.  By the end of the class, you’ll finish and take home a beautiful chain stitched necklace. Although some jewelry experience is helpful, it is not necessary. This is a beginner class, 3 hours long.
There is a $35 materials fee to cover the metals you will be using for your project
About your instructor, Taryn McCabe...
Taryn McCabe is a skilled maker who lives in Pacifica, California. She has been making jewelry for over 30 years. She studied glass, and woodworking at Alfred University in Upstate New York and went on to receive an MFA from San Francisco State University. She wanted to be prepared if there ever were an apocalypse, so she also studied shoemaking, at the London College of Fashion. Taryn works as a designer for, where she co-authored a book on jewelry making titled, New Stamped Metal Jewelry.  When she is not working on exciting projects in her Linda Mar studio, she can be found at the beach with her handsome partner, and their two little wildlings, or bicycling the wildlings to and from school.