Manhattan, now it's finally your turn! Susan will be teaching a jewelry making workshop just in time for holiday gift giving inspiration. Bring in jewelry you want to rework, and she will teach you all of the techniques to make new treasures. There will be fun jewelry components to accompany your pieces, jewelry making tools (also available to take home), tea and treats.
Jewelry Workshop with Susan Domelsmith
Young & Able Series
345 Broome St.
New York, NY 10013
Tuesday, November 25
Online Workshops Too:
Susan partnered up with Madesmith Academy, a premium online school to help product designers and makers learn sustainable business and creative skills, to bring you five online jewelry courses. In these courses, she teaches the essentials of jewelry design by repurposing materials from already existing pieces, as well as the importance and environmental impact of using found materials. You will learn how to create two different bracelets, two earrings, or a necklace all featuring repurposed vintage components with easy to follow, step by step video instructions.
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• WATERFALL EARRINGS
• CARD CATALOG NECKLACE
• FROST BRACELET
• FLAME COLLAR
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Dirty Librarian Chains
Madesmith Academy is an online school to help you learn sustainable business strategies + craft skills from top experts who've created successful brands. Get support along the way in our Designer Community.
Dirty Librarian Chains designer, Susan Domelsmith, has five courses where she guides you through making a necklace, statement earrings and charm bracelets - you can use your own materials or purchase the kits to make your very own jewelry.
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If you have a desk job, but dream about owning a business where you can create and sell beautiful products, Madesmith Academy will teach you the right techniques in the comfort of your own space. Learn to make beautiful Japanese shibori, sustainable jewelry from existing pieces or upcycled kids clothing. All our courses are focused on good design and aesthetic that will inspire you to make gorgeous products.
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