Materials saved from the landfill:
Skills you’ll learn:
basic metal-smithing techniques
Learn to hammer, file and form copper from scrap electrical wiring into your own adjustable ring. Copper is an excellent metal to work in and makes beautiful jewelry. By using scraps of electrical wiring, we eliminate the refinery and the unnecessary energy that it requires. Gain confidence in introductory metalsmithing skills that can relate to future projects while leaving with a beautiful spiral ring. Spirals are a timeless design, repeated within nature in different forms. This focal point of the ring allows each participant to leave with something both unique and beautiful.
Last day to register: Monday, November 6
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