Maggie  English

Maggie has been involved with lapidary and metalsmithing for years. She has taken classes in metalsmithing at Murray State University and William Holland. When she was introduced to chainmaille classes at William Holland taught by Chuck Bruce and John Fetvedt, she knew she had found her niche something she really liked doing. She took what she learned from them and put it to good use, along with her own twist on chains making each one different. Maggie is a member of the Tennessee Gem and Mineral Society and currently enrolled in GIA classes.

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Chain I - Maggie English
This class is designed to teach basic chain making with unsoldered jump rings. We will be using fine silver, copper wire and neoprene rubber rings. If you want gold-filled wire you need to let the instructor know. There will be precut jump rings for the first few kits, after that the instructor will demonstrate winding and cutting of jump rings, as well as, polishing the competed item. Lab fee covers printed material, copper wire and rings for practice. It is recommended that you bring an Optivisor. William Holland provides basic tools that you may borrow during the class or you may bring your own. A variety of kits will be available for earrings, bracelets and necklaces in fine silver only. There will be an assortment of clasps for purchase from the instructor. Materials cost will depend on the projects selected.

Lab Fee: $45.00
Estimated Materials Cost: $50+
Prerequisites: None

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