Spoon Bracelets: Spoon Handle and Hammered Spoon Cuff - Instructor is Chris Tedeton
What is needed for class:
1. Teardrop Mallet ( here is a link for what you are looking
Part A: Flatware Handle Bracelet
You will need two (2) spoons or forks (tea spoon or soup
spoon or salad fork or dinner fork) they must be a matching pair
Part B: Hammered Spoon Cuff Bracelet
You will need one (1) tea spoon for a small to medium sized
cuff or a Soup spoon for a medium to a large sized cuff.
Note: Silver Plated Flatware Only
About The Class
Do you have some vintage Flatware that you just have stashed
away drawer or a box in the basement or attic and can not recall the last time
you even looked at them. Did these once belong to your Grandparents or Parents
and you just have them collecting dust and not even getting any enjoyment out
I can solve that problem by teaching you how we will be
tranforming those forgotten family treasures into amazing pieces of jewelry
pieces so they once more can have a life and bring new memories and joy.
We will be fabricating two amazing flatware bracelets that I
will walk you through each step of the way. We will cut, hammer, drill, polish
but most of all we will have fun and make memories.
Workshops are held at my house
located at 2348 Austin Drive, Charlottesville, VA 22911.
The workshops will start at 11 am
and run through approximately 4:30 pm. You will be able to finish your project.
My studio is located in the basement
of my home, and a flight of stairs must be navigated. The restroom
and kitchen is located one floor up from the basement.
I have two dogs and a cat.
They will not be in the studio, but they have free reign of my home
upstairs and you should be aware if you have allergies.
Lunch will not be provided. Please pack a lunch and bring drinks. You will
have access to a refrigerator and a microwave.
If you have any questions or
concerns, please call in advance of booking. My number is
434-971-1963. Please leave a message and I will return your call. Or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.