Here is a freshly hammered labradorite pendant. The hammered silver and wire-wrapping are Argentium sterling, which is less prone to tarnish than traditional sterling silver. This smooth chain has an adjustable slide that takes it from a choker to 24″. It’s called a “magic ball” adjustable necklace and has a smooth, square chain. It’s great
Jewelry making classes in Asheville Jewelry making classes are at your doorstep in Asheville’s River Arts District. Join a class or schedule one of your own. Here are some creative examples of groups that have taken classes with me: Tweens and Teens: Whether it’s a birthday party, or just summer fun Celebrations: Bachlorette party, birthday
Jewelry Making Classes in Asheville,Wire-Wrapping Make & Take Workshops: 101: Basic Wire-Wrapping, Learn the 4 most important tools to have for wire wrapping, discover various sizes and materials for wire, and make two pairs of earrings or (earrings and a pendant). You’ll choose from various gemstones and a variety of beads to design your own jewelry.
Jewelry Making Classes in Asheville, NC Wire-Wrapping Make & Take Workshops: 101: Basic Wire-Wrapping, Learn the 4 most important tools to have for wire wrapping, discover various sizes and materials for wire, and make two pairs of earrings or (earrings and a pendant). You’ll choose from various gemstones and a variety of beads to design your
Come out of hibernation and learn how to wire-wrap jewelry! I’m offering level one and two classes in March and April at my new studio in the River Arts District. Wire-Wrapping Make & Take Classes with Jen Aly- $30 each: Level 1- Sunday, March 15, 4-6 pm or Wed., April 8, 6-8 pm Level 2-
Your specific ideas and desires for jewelry inspire my designs. I love learning about what you want and through collaboration, empowering you to have it by creating it or referring you to another Asheville, NC area jewelry designer who can make it. A significant percentage of the jewelry I have sold at shows in North
Even with 150+ pieces of jewelry displayed at my booth, customers often ask for variations that I do not have. Sometimes I can make something on the spot and sometimes I mail it to them later. Here are some examples of custom designs. For more custom designs, visit my growing “Custom Designs” album on Facebook.
Earlier this week I had a discussion with a new jewelry designer about the importance of following trends. Someone at a gallery where her work is had commented that her work was not “trendy” and she was doubting her designs (even though they sell). I’ve designed (and sold most of) over 600 pieces in my