7/18/2020 - FUSED BANGLE CLASS WITH JASON ON ZOOM
Cost:$30.00 per person
About this experience
7/18/2020 FUSED BANGLE CLASS WITH JASON ON ZOOM
SUNDAY, JULY 18 AT 4PM
*Quick update as we change our class policy in terms of how we charge for them. The recent pandemic and quarantine required us to quickly adapt to relying on our online business, which was exciting and stressful with all the new opportunities of how we can communicate with you!
At the onset, we offered many of our classes for free, and some free with the purchase of supplies. We plan on continuing many FREE classes for our mutual enjoyment, and will resume charging for other classes at a nominal fee rate to stay in business!
Thank you for your understanding and continued support as we move forward to LIVE! LOVE! and CREATE! with you! Yay!
This class is $30 each and includes a live teacher and recording thereafter. You may ask questions during the live, as well as show your work to the teacher during the live, for review and feedback.
Zoom class replays will be available on YouTube as private videos, and available for $15.
PROCEDURE FOR SIGNING UP FOR AN ONLINE CLASS:
1) Click the "Book" button to the left to pay first
2) Register on Zoom here:
Register on ZOOM using the PINK button link or cut and paste this into your browser:
Play with a tiny fire AND hammer out some stress while making a beautiful bangle!
Jason will teach you to successfully fuse fine silver wire in large gauges of wire, and cover different finishes with our 30+ specialty hammers.
Fusing is similar to soldering in that it uses a tiny torch to melt metal, but I personally think it is cleaner and requires fewer tools and steps. Here's what Jason requires that you have to start fusing! If you want to speak with him to get all the tools and supplies, give us a call at the store! 808-589-2600
Fusing Bangles Tools (the physical setup for fusing):
▪ butane torch - large torch is needed for bangles
▪ fusing fire brick
▪ cross lock tweezers
▪ cookie sheet
▪ 12 gauge - large jump rings, earring components/shapes, bangles of all sizes, and/or finger rings
▪ 10 gauge - large jump rings, earring components/shapes, bangles of all sizes, and/or finger rings
Tools to make a bangle/rings:
▪ bracelet/ring sizer
▪ 2 cut or 4 cut file
▪ bracelet/hoop/ring mandrel - steel
▪ dowels of various sizes (optional)
▪ nylon hammer
▪ chasing hammer or various Fretz planishing/dapping/raising/texturing hammers
▪ steel bench block
▪ wooden ring clamp
▪ pliers (chain, round, and flat nose) and cutters (rated to cut thickness of wire used)
▪ jeweler’s saw (optional)
▪ sharpie marker
▪ ruler or tape measure
▪ polishing pad
▪ polishing cloth
▪ jewelry tumbler (stainless steel shot recommended)
Visit us at:
The Bead Gallery, Honolulu
1130 N. Nimitz Hwy. A132
Honolulu, HI 96817