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Virtual Viking Metal-Weaving Bracelet Class

Viking Knit Weaving
Jan 23
Special Event
Virtual Viking Metal-Weaving Bracelet Class
Jan 23, 2021
10:00am - 2:00pm PST

Please note: this event has now SOLD OUT. Fill out the form to the left to be added to the waitlist. If spots open up, waitlist members will be notified in the order in which they signed up. 

Dating back to the Viking era, this metal weaving project is a great introduction to jewelry making. Using copper and silver wire, learn the steps for knitting—a simple looping technique—over a round, wooden dowel. Once the knitting is made, a drawplate is used to pull the knitting through, which compresses and lengthens the wire into a beautiful hollow chain. Then, by attaching end caps and a clasp, you'll transform the chain into a lovely bracelet. In the class, all bracelet materials are provided, including complete instruction from start to finish, through discussion and demonstration of all the steps in the process. A list of tools you will need to provide will be sent upon registration.

Cost: $105

Virtual Viking Metal-Weaving Bracelet Class
Country State
This event is sold out, but you can join our waitlist so you can be notified if space becomes available.

Please note: this event has now SOLD OUT. Fill out the form to the left to be added to the waitlist. If spots open up, waitlist members will be notified in the order in which they signed up. 

Dating back to the Viking era, this metal weaving project is a great introduction to jewelry making. Using copper and silver wire, learn the steps for knitting—a simple looping technique—over a round, wooden dowel. Once the knitting is made, a drawplate is used to pull the knitting through, which compresses and lengthens the wire into a beautiful hollow chain. Then, by attaching end caps and a clasp, you'll transform the chain into a lovely bracelet. In the class, all bracelet materials are provided, including complete instruction from start to finish, through discussion and demonstration of all the steps in the process. A list of tools you will need to provide will be sent upon registration.

Cost: $105

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