Jewelry Making and Metalworking Online Class

  • Overview
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Overview
Tiffany Whipps
Instructor

What you’ll learn in this class:

  • How to identify and work with different types of metal
  • How to work with metalsmithing tools
  • How to forge and design jewelry

In this class, you’ll make a pair of teardrop earrings using metalworking tools and forging techniques. With the help of Tiffany Whipps, you’ll learn about metal types, how to use each tool, and the basics of forging. After her class, you’ll be well on your way to making your very own unique line of jewelry.

Beginner
Skill Level
28 mins
Duration
Materials

SUPPLIES NEEDED TO TAKE THE CLASS:


Jewelry Making and Metalworking Online Class

Learn how to work with metalsmithing tools to forge and design your own jewelry.
Instructor: Tiffany Whipps
Skill Level: Beginner
$9.00
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1. About The Class

Get a quick overview of everything you'll be covering in this class.
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2. Introduction

Learn more about your instructor, Tiffany, a jewelry designer based in Oakland, CA.
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3. Supplies Overview

Tiffany will go over the supplies you’ll need to complete your class project.
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4. Gauges of Wire

Learn about wire gauges and what sizes you'd use for different projects.
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5. Forging Basics

In this lesson, Tiffany will cover the correct ways to forge metal using a hammer and steel block.
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6. Creating The Earrings

Now let's start designing! In this lesson, you'll use the skills that Tiffany has taught you to create a set of earrings.
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7. Creating Ear Wires

Tiffany will teach you how to finish your earrings by creating custom ear wires.
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8. Embellishment Options

Want to add a little flair? In this lesson, you'll learn how to embellish your hoop earrings to make them your own.
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9. Final Remarks

Get Tiffany's insider tips on how to continue creating your own metal jewelry.
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  • Overview
  • Materials
Overview
Tiffany Whipps
Instructor

What you’ll learn in this class:

  • How to identify and work with different types of metal
  • How to work with metalsmithing tools
  • How to forge and design jewelry

In this class, you’ll make a pair of teardrop earrings using metalworking tools and forging techniques. With the help of Tiffany Whipps, you’ll learn about metal types, how to use each tool, and the basics of forging. After her class, you’ll be well on your way to making your very own unique line of jewelry.

Beginner
Skill Level
28 mins
Duration
Materials

SUPPLIES NEEDED TO TAKE THE CLASS:


Jewelry Making and Metalworking Online Class

Learn how to work with metalsmithing tools to forge and design your own jewelry.
Instructor: Tiffany Whipps
Skill Level: Beginner
$9.00
BUY NOW
  • Lessons
Now Playing

Teaser

visibility
44 secs
<% playback %> complete
Now Playing

1. About The Class

Get a quick overview of everything you'll be covering in this class.
lock
Now Playing

2. Introduction

Learn more about your instructor, Tiffany, a jewelry designer based in Oakland, CA.
lock
Now Playing

3. Supplies Overview

Tiffany will go over the supplies you’ll need to complete your class project.
lock
Now Playing

4. Gauges of Wire

Learn about wire gauges and what sizes you'd use for different projects.
lock
Now Playing

5. Forging Basics

In this lesson, Tiffany will cover the correct ways to forge metal using a hammer and steel block.
lock
Now Playing

6. Creating The Earrings

Now let's start designing! In this lesson, you'll use the skills that Tiffany has taught you to create a set of earrings.
lock
Now Playing

7. Creating Ear Wires

Tiffany will teach you how to finish your earrings by creating custom ear wires.
lock
Now Playing

8. Embellishment Options

Want to add a little flair? In this lesson, you'll learn how to embellish your hoop earrings to make them your own.
lock
Now Playing

9. Final Remarks

Get Tiffany's insider tips on how to continue creating your own metal jewelry.
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