• Beachin' Bezels

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    Beachin' Bezels

    Level
    Intermediate
    Session
    3 hours
    Description
    Sometimes you just want to see both sides of a stone when you are setting it. This bezel setting technique will show you how to set free-formed stones without a back and at the same time introduce you to Fretz stakes. Students who work quickly will finish two pieces. A selection of glass will be provided to choose from. Additional materials and tools maybe purchased from instructor.

    Tools

    Some tools will be provided by the instructor. Please refer to your registration.
    • Bench Block

      Steel or Anodized aluminum - Used as a hammering surface for metal stamping or working with metal.
    • Tool Fine Tweezers

      Fine Tweezers

      Used for moving small parts. Classes requiring fine tweezers will not work with fire tweezers. These are a cheap investment. Please be bring some. Optional for most classes.
    • Tool Fretz Stake

      Fretz Stakes

       – For the Beachin' Bezels project you will need one of the two stakes shown. Without these stakes you will be unable to complete the project. Additionally, you will need the stake holder to accompany the stake, either the short or long option will work. 

    • Goldsmithing/Planishing/Raising Hammer

      Goldsmithing Hammer – Planishing Hammer – Rounded Raising Hammer – Classes requiring these hammers are utilizing the “blade” end for forming the metal on a wood forming block. Any of one of these hammers will work. 
    • Tool Hand Tools

      Hand Tools

      Basic hand tools – Any quality is appropriate for my classes. These do not need to be high end or expense.

      • Round nose - Typically it is preferred that the round nose be a fine tip. Especially for classes with detailed wire work.
      • Chain/needle nose – Tapered jaws for general metal and wire work. Non-serrated are requested for all of my classes. Typically requested for classes to be used for opening and closing jump rings; in which case, 2 pairs are requested or a combination of chain nose and flat nose is suitable.
      • Flat nose – Similar to chain nose but the jaws are not tapered. Non-serrated are requested for all of my classes.
         
    • Helping Hand/Third Hand

      Used to hold small parts in place while soldering. Instructor will provide to share for every class needed.
    • Tool Magnifier or Optivisor

      Magnifier or Optivisor

      – For almost all classes this is listed as an “As Needed” tool. If you have sight challenges it is recommended that you are properly prepared. For advance stone setting classes this is required! If you decide to use reading glasses consider better than 2.5x.


    • Needle File Set

      Used for filing smaller pieces of metal and tight places. When required, either diamond coated or fine tooth is preferred. Some students may prefer to use smaller files as opposed to the student files for their projects.
    • Nylon nose parallel pliers

      – Parallel action provides even pressure while holding firm. I love using nylon parallel pliers to manipulate my metal. Parallel pliers were my favorite pliers until they made nylon nose parallel pliers. For almost all projects these pliers are optional. You may use regular nylon nose and parallel nylon nose interchangeably.
    • Tool Ott Light or Task Lamp

      Ott Light or Task Lamp

      This is optional item that is listed for every class. It is up to you to determine whether or not you will need to have one depending on your vision.
    • Soldering Kit

      (Optional) 
      Items in this Soldering Kit will be provided for use during the class. If you are interested in ordering a kit please click on the image. Kit includes: Butane torch, butane, 1 tube solder paste, fire tweezers, copper tweezers, Sparex, tripod with mesh, flux, soldering board. (Note: kit will be delivered at class. If you require the kit prior to class please contact us to make arrangements.

    • Soldering Pick

      A small, pointed instrument designed to help you move solder into place.
    • Student Files

      Standard size is 2/o. For filing metal. . Instructor will provide to share for every class needed.
  • Beachin' Treasures

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    Beachin' Treasures

    Level
    Beginner
    Sessions
    3 hours
    Descrption
    Learn to drill beach glass to incorporate them into your jewelry designs. These little gems of refuse can be turned into a real treasure. In this class we will discuss different tools, bits and supplies needed to complete the project. (Note: there are no guarantees made as to the completion of project due to the sensitivity of glass.

    Tools

    Some tools will be provided by the instructor. Please refer to your registration.
    • Tool Dust Mask

      Dust Mask

      A MUST if you want to drill shells and pearls. However, this is optional for classes with fumes such as etching and patinating. Classes that have a lot of dust do not require a mask, but it up to you if are you sensitive. (ie enameling.) Dust masks may be purchased at any hardware store.
    • Tool Flex Shaft

      Flex shaft

      Rotary tool used for polishing, drilling, finishing, etc. Flex shafts are available for purchase new and gently used at the class. Pleased contact the instructor if are interested in purchasing one at the class as quantities are limited. 
    • Tool Hand Tools

      Hand Tools

      Basic hand tools – Any quality is appropriate for my classes. These do not need to be high end or expense.

      • Round nose - Typically it is preferred that the round nose be a fine tip. Especially for classes with detailed wire work.
      • Chain/needle nose – Tapered jaws for general metal and wire work. Non-serrated are requested for all of my classes. Typically requested for classes to be used for opening and closing jump rings; in which case, 2 pairs are requested or a combination of chain nose and flat nose is suitable.
      • Flat nose – Similar to chain nose but the jaws are not tapered. Non-serrated are requested for all of my classes.
         
    • Tool Magnifier or Optivisor

      Magnifier or Optivisor

      – For almost all classes this is listed as an “As Needed” tool. If you have sight challenges it is recommended that you are properly prepared. For advance stone setting classes this is required! If you decide to use reading glasses consider better than 2.5x.


    • Tool Ott Light or Task Lamp

      Ott Light or Task Lamp

      This is optional item that is listed for every class. It is up to you to determine whether or not you will need to have one depending on your vision.
    • Tool Safety Glasses

      Safety Glasses

      Protective Eye wear – All drilling classes require that you wear some sort of safety glasses. Will your eyeglasses be enough? This is a personal decision. Some students prefer to wear only their prescription glasses while others wear goggles over their glasses. These may be found in any hardware store.
    • Side Cutters

      Also known as wire cutters or snippers. For many of my classes I prefer Ultra Flush side cutters because it eases the workload. Ultra flush is the most flush you can buy as opposed to just flush cutters. If you don't own a pair of Ultra Flush cutters, you may want to invest in a good pair either Lindstrom or Swanstrom. There is usually not a different in price between ultra and just flush cutters so why not just buy the best? The image shows just a side cutter (top) and ultra flush (bottom).
    • Super Grip Gloves

      Optional for all classes, but most have found these very helpful for drilling class and classes that require a lot filing sanding. Not only will they protect your hands, but the grip will allow you to hold onto the stones you are working with.
  • Charming Messages

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    Charming Messages

    Level
    Beginner
    Sessions
    3 hours
    Descrption
    Learn the basic concepts in soldering while creating a Message Charm with a silver, bezel edge. This project will allow you to create a more polished look to your stamping projects. By the end of this class you will have an understanding of necessary tools and materials to successfully solder simple joints.
  • Colours in Bloom

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    Colours in Bloom

    Level
    Beginner
    Sessions
    3 hours
    Descrption
    Learn to make Enameled ball pins and copper ball pins, to create a bracelet that is blooming in color! Wire wrapping and torch patina will complete this project. Students may choose 2 enamel colors from available colors.
  • Cosmic Movement

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    Cosmic Movement

    Level
    Intermediate
    Session
    6 hours, all day
    Description
    Created to tantalize the eye, this class will put silver into motion. Using multiple skills students will learn to solder, shape and form metal to keep the pieces moving. Then we will finish it off with color interest with gold and patina.

    Tools

    Some tools will be provided by the instructor. Please refer to your registration.
    • Bench Block

      Steel or Anodized aluminum - Used as a hammering surface for metal stamping or working with metal.
    • Bezel Rocker

      There are 2 bezel rockers on the market, the one shown is preferred, but if you own the other one it will work also. I usually have 2 to share at the shows.
    • Bezel Shears

      Used to cut metal sheet. There are many available on the market, any of which will work, however they should NOT be serrated. (Tin snips or airplane shears will also work, however, they may be large and cumbersome.) If the project has curves in the design and you own a pair, bring curved bezel shears. This is an optional item for most classes. Shears will be provided for use during classes.
    • Tool C-clamp

      C-clamp

      To be used with bench pins to clamp to tables. May be found at any local hardware store. Must be at least 3 inches. 
    • Curved Burnisher

      Used to burnish or smooth the surface of metal. For most projects using this tool you will want at least a 3mm ball. This tool may also be found at your local craft store for use with clay or nail art.

    • Cut Lube

      Used to lubricate saw blades and drill bits for ease of cutting.
    • Tool Disc Cutter

      Disc Cutter

      Used to punch discs out of metals. One set will be provided to share in every class.
    • Heavy Duty Cutters

      Although any heavy duty cutter will work, if they are flush, they will make your work a lot easier. Cutter should be able to cut through 10g wire. (Many cutters imprint their cutting capacity on the inside of the handle.) Keiba and Xuron are recommended.
    • Jeweler’s Saw

      Used for cutting sheet metal and metal tubes. Instructor will provide for every class needed.
    • Tool Magnifier or Optivisor

      Magnifier or Optivisor

      – For almost all classes this is listed as an “As Needed” tool. If you have sight challenges it is recommended that you are properly prepared. For advance stone setting classes this is required! If you decide to use reading glasses consider better than 2.5x.


    • Tool Ott Light or Task Lamp

      Ott Light or Task Lamp

      This is optional item that is listed for every class. It is up to you to determine whether or not you will need to have one depending on your vision.
    • Rawhide/Leather Mallet

      Shape and flatten metal without marring it. #2 mallet is a standard size. Instructor will provide for every class needed. A yellow nylon mallet may be used in its place, however a rubberone may not.
    • Soldering Kit

      (Optional) 
      Items in this Soldering Kit will be provided for use during the class. If you are interested in ordering a kit please click on the image. Kit includes: Butane torch, butane, 1 tube solder paste, fire tweezers, copper tweezers, Sparex, tripod with mesh, flux, soldering board. (Note: kit will be delivered at class. If you require the kit prior to class please contact us to make arrangements.

    • Tube Cutting Pliers

      A great gadget to aid in cutting tubes. These pliers create even leverage on the tube for sawing. Provided for all classes with tubes.

  • Fancy Connections

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    Fancy Connections

    Level
    Intermediate
    Session
    3 hours
    Description
    This might be a basic soldering class but this bracelet is anything but basic. Designed to teach and beautiful enough to wear. Students need to have some wire working experience before joining this class.

    Tools

    Some tools will be provided by the instructor. Please refer to your registration.
    • Bezel Mandrel

      A small steel mandrel used to create round bezel settings, jump rings or other components.
    • Tool Hand Tools

      Hand Tools

      Basic hand tools – Any quality is appropriate for my classes. These do not need to be high end or expense.

      • Round nose - Typically it is preferred that the round nose be a fine tip. Especially for classes with detailed wire work.
      • Chain/needle nose – Tapered jaws for general metal and wire work. Non-serrated are requested for all of my classes. Typically requested for classes to be used for opening and closing jump rings; in which case, 2 pairs are requested or a combination of chain nose and flat nose is suitable.
      • Flat nose – Similar to chain nose but the jaws are not tapered. Non-serrated are requested for all of my classes.
         
    • Tool Magnifier or Optivisor

      Magnifier or Optivisor

      – For almost all classes this is listed as an “As Needed” tool. If you have sight challenges it is recommended that you are properly prepared. For advance stone setting classes this is required! If you decide to use reading glasses consider better than 2.5x.


    • Needle File Set

      Used for filing smaller pieces of metal and tight places. When required, either diamond coated or fine tooth is preferred. Some students may prefer to use smaller files as opposed to the student files for their projects.
    • Tool Ott Light or Task Lamp

      Ott Light or Task Lamp

      This is optional item that is listed for every class. It is up to you to determine whether or not you will need to have one depending on your vision.
    • Rawhide/Leather Mallet

      Shape and flatten metal without marring it. #2 mallet is a standard size. Instructor will provide for every class needed. A yellow nylon mallet may be used in its place, however a rubberone may not.
    • Metal Ruler

      6" metal ruler is preferred unless otherwise noted. A larger one will also work, however, it may be a little cumbersome.
    • Side Cutters

      Also known as wire cutters or snippers. For many of my classes I prefer Ultra Flush side cutters because it eases the workload. Ultra flush is the most flush you can buy as opposed to just flush cutters. If you don't own a pair of Ultra Flush cutters, you may want to invest in a good pair either Lindstrom or Swanstrom. There is usually not a different in price between ultra and just flush cutters so why not just buy the best? The image shows just a side cutter (top) and ultra flush (bottom).
    • Soldering Kit

      (Optional) 
      Items in this Soldering Kit will be provided for use during the class. If you are interested in ordering a kit please click on the image. Kit includes: Butane torch, butane, 1 tube solder paste, fire tweezers, copper tweezers, Sparex, tripod with mesh, flux, soldering board. (Note: kit will be delivered at class. If you require the kit prior to class please contact us to make arrangements.

    • Student Files

      Standard size is 2/o. For filing metal. . Instructor will provide to share for every class needed.
    • Swivel Vise

      The advantage of this vise is the 360 degree swivel allowing you to brace a piece and move it in every direction. Classes requiring a vice can be any vice that may be clamped to table. Suction vices will also suffice.
  • Figure 8 Bracelet

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    Figure 8 Chain - Intro to Basic Soldering

    Level
    Beginner
    Sessions
    3 hours
    Descrption
    Learn the basic concepts in soldering while creating a Figure 8 Chain. By the end of this class you will have an understanding of necessary tools and materials to successfully solder simple joints. Students will complete a bracelet by the end of class.

    Tools

    Some tools will be provided by the instructor. Please refer to your registration.
    • Bench Block

      Steel or Anodized aluminum - Used as a hammering surface for metal stamping or working with metal.
    • Chasing Hammer

      Used for chasing/moving metal. In my classes chasing hammers are used to create hammer marks on metal and riveting. Instructor will provide for every class needed.
    • Tool Hand Tools

      Hand Tools

      Basic hand tools – Any quality is appropriate for my classes. These do not need to be high end or expense.

      • Round nose - Typically it is preferred that the round nose be a fine tip. Especially for classes with detailed wire work.
      • Chain/needle nose – Tapered jaws for general metal and wire work. Non-serrated are requested for all of my classes. Typically requested for classes to be used for opening and closing jump rings; in which case, 2 pairs are requested or a combination of chain nose and flat nose is suitable.
      • Flat nose – Similar to chain nose but the jaws are not tapered. Non-serrated are requested for all of my classes.
         
    • Tool Magnifier or Optivisor

      Magnifier or Optivisor

      – For almost all classes this is listed as an “As Needed” tool. If you have sight challenges it is recommended that you are properly prepared. For advance stone setting classes this is required! If you decide to use reading glasses consider better than 2.5x.


    • Mini Stepped Mandrel

      Optional. Handy tool for wire work making loops, jump rings and shaping small pieces of metal.
    • Multi-looping Pliers

      Optional unless stated, used in to create consist sized loops. Typically optional in my classes. Round nose may be use its place for most projects.
    • Needle File Set

      Used for filing smaller pieces of metal and tight places. When required, either diamond coated or fine tooth is preferred. Some students may prefer to use smaller files as opposed to the student files for their projects.
    • Tool Ott Light or Task Lamp

      Ott Light or Task Lamp

      This is optional item that is listed for every class. It is up to you to determine whether or not you will need to have one depending on your vision.
    • Metal Ruler

      6" metal ruler is preferred unless otherwise noted. A larger one will also work, however, it may be a little cumbersome.
    • Side Cutters

      Also known as wire cutters or snippers. For many of my classes I prefer Ultra Flush side cutters because it eases the workload. Ultra flush is the most flush you can buy as opposed to just flush cutters. If you don't own a pair of Ultra Flush cutters, you may want to invest in a good pair either Lindstrom or Swanstrom. There is usually not a different in price between ultra and just flush cutters so why not just buy the best? The image shows just a side cutter (top) and ultra flush (bottom).
    • Soldering Kit

      (Optional) 
      Items in this Soldering Kit will be provided for use during the class. If you are interested in ordering a kit please click on the image. Kit includes: Butane torch, butane, 1 tube solder paste, fire tweezers, copper tweezers, Sparex, tripod with mesh, flux, soldering board. (Note: kit will be delivered at class. If you require the kit prior to class please contact us to make arrangements.

    • Student Files

      Standard size is 2/o. For filing metal. . Instructor will provide to share for every class needed.
  • Holey Rocks

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    Holey Rocks

    Level
    Beginner
    Session
    3 hours
    Descrption
    Learn to drill stones using a rotary tool. In this class we will discuss the right tools, bits and all the right supplies you will need to make Hole-y Rocks of your own.

    Tools

    Some tools will be provided by the instructor. Please refer to your registration.
    • Tool Dust Mask

      Dust Mask

      A MUST if you want to drill shells and pearls. However, this is optional for classes with fumes such as etching and patinating. Classes that have a lot of dust do not require a mask, but it up to you if are you sensitive. (ie enameling.) Dust masks may be purchased at any hardware store.
    • Tool Flex Shaft

      Flex shaft

      Rotary tool used for polishing, drilling, finishing, etc. Flex shafts are available for purchase new and gently used at the class. Pleased contact the instructor if are interested in purchasing one at the class as quantities are limited. 
    • Tool Hand Tools

      Hand Tools

      Basic hand tools – Any quality is appropriate for my classes. These do not need to be high end or expense.

      • Round nose - Typically it is preferred that the round nose be a fine tip. Especially for classes with detailed wire work.
      • Chain/needle nose – Tapered jaws for general metal and wire work. Non-serrated are requested for all of my classes. Typically requested for classes to be used for opening and closing jump rings; in which case, 2 pairs are requested or a combination of chain nose and flat nose is suitable.
      • Flat nose – Similar to chain nose but the jaws are not tapered. Non-serrated are requested for all of my classes.
         
    • Tool Magnifier or Optivisor

      Magnifier or Optivisor

      – For almost all classes this is listed as an “As Needed” tool. If you have sight challenges it is recommended that you are properly prepared. For advance stone setting classes this is required! If you decide to use reading glasses consider better than 2.5x.


    • Tool Ott Light or Task Lamp

      Ott Light or Task Lamp

      This is optional item that is listed for every class. It is up to you to determine whether or not you will need to have one depending on your vision.
    • Tool Safety Glasses

      Safety Glasses

      Protective Eye wear – All drilling classes require that you wear some sort of safety glasses. Will your eyeglasses be enough? This is a personal decision. Some students prefer to wear only their prescription glasses while others wear goggles over their glasses. These may be found in any hardware store.
    • Side Cutters

      Also known as wire cutters or snippers. For many of my classes I prefer Ultra Flush side cutters because it eases the workload. Ultra flush is the most flush you can buy as opposed to just flush cutters. If you don't own a pair of Ultra Flush cutters, you may want to invest in a good pair either Lindstrom or Swanstrom. There is usually not a different in price between ultra and just flush cutters so why not just buy the best? The image shows just a side cutter (top) and ultra flush (bottom).
    • Super Grip Gloves

      Optional for all classes, but most have found these very helpful for drilling class and classes that require a lot filing sanding. Not only will they protect your hands, but the grip will allow you to hold onto the stones you are working with.
  • Intro to Prong Setting

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    Intro To Stone Setting

    Level
    Intermediate
    Sessions
    3 hours
    Descrption
    Add prong settings to your repertoire! You will learn to set gemstones into a prong setting, as well as remove them. This class will introduce the basics of measuring and notching the setting for the perfect fit! Don’t worry about having the right tools, as they will be included in your kit. Pre-requisite: Must have soldering experience.
  • So Charming

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    So Charming

    Level
    Beginner
    Session
    3 hours
    Description
    Hand stamped charms are all the rage, why not take a little bit further with a little solder? Learn proper techniques to hand stamping metal and soldering sterling silver. Students who work quickly will finish multiple projects. Additional materials and tools maybe purchased from instructor.

    Tools

    Some tools will be provided by the instructor. Please refer to your registration.
    • Bench Block

      Steel or Anodized aluminum - Used as a hammering surface for metal stamping or working with metal.
    • Helping Hand/Third Hand

      Used to hold small parts in place while soldering. Instructor will provide to share for every class needed.
    • Household hammer

      Any hammer that is at least 8 oz. or heavier to be used with metal stamps. It does not need to be brass. However, a Stamping hammer would be perfect!
    • Tool Magnifier or Optivisor

      Magnifier or Optivisor

      – For almost all classes this is listed as an “As Needed” tool. If you have sight challenges it is recommended that you are properly prepared. For advance stone setting classes this is required! If you decide to use reading glasses consider better than 2.5x.


    • Metal Stamps/punches

      Used to engrave custom names, words or designs on sheet metal.
    • Tool Ott Light or Task Lamp

      Ott Light or Task Lamp

      This is optional item that is listed for every class. It is up to you to determine whether or not you will need to have one depending on your vision.
    • Rawhide/Leather Mallet

      Shape and flatten metal without marring it. #2 mallet is a standard size. Instructor will provide for every class needed. A yellow nylon mallet may be used in its place, however a rubberone may not.
    • Ring Clamp

      Used to hold rings, but some like to use a ring clamp for holding metal when filing to save their hands. Required mostly for stone setting classes to hold the ring shank.
    • Ring Mandrel, Steel

      Used for shaping and forming metal into rings. A plastic one will not work in its place. Instructor will provide to share (1 for every 2 people) for every class needed.
    • Ring Sizer

      Optional, used to measure your ring size. Several sets will be provided to share in class.
    • Side Cutters

      Also known as wire cutters or snippers. For many of my classes I prefer Ultra Flush side cutters because it eases the workload. Ultra flush is the most flush you can buy as opposed to just flush cutters. If you don't own a pair of Ultra Flush cutters, you may want to invest in a good pair either Lindstrom or Swanstrom. There is usually not a different in price between ultra and just flush cutters so why not just buy the best? The image shows just a side cutter (top) and ultra flush (bottom).
    • Soldering Kit

      (Optional) 
      Items in this Soldering Kit will be provided for use during the class. If you are interested in ordering a kit please click on the image. Kit includes: Butane torch, butane, 1 tube solder paste, fire tweezers, copper tweezers, Sparex, tripod with mesh, flux, soldering board. (Note: kit will be delivered at class. If you require the kit prior to class please contact us to make arrangements.

    • Student Files

      Standard size is 2/o. For filing metal. . Instructor will provide to share for every class needed.
  • Woven Bracelet

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    Woven Bracelet

    Level
    Intermediate
    Sessions
    6 hours, all day
    Descrption
    Turn silver and copper into a woven design to be used as the base of a bracelet. Learn how to shape and solder silver for a bracelet frame. And through a series of soldering steps to create stability for the weave.

    Tools

    Some tools will be provided by the instructor. Please refer to your registration.
    • Bench Block

      Steel or Anodized aluminum - Used as a hammering surface for metal stamping or working with metal.
    • Tool Bracelet Mandrel

      Oval Bracelet Mandrel, Steel

      For shaping and form metal into a bracelet shape. 2 will be provided to share for all classes. So if you have one, bring it.
    • Tool Flex Shaft

      Flex shaft

      Rotary tool used for polishing, drilling, finishing, etc. Flex shafts are available for purchase new and gently used at the class. Pleased contact the instructor if are interested in purchasing one at the class as quantities are limited. 
    • Tool Hand Tools

      Hand Tools

      Basic hand tools – Any quality is appropriate for my classes. These do not need to be high end or expense.

      • Round nose - Typically it is preferred that the round nose be a fine tip. Especially for classes with detailed wire work.
      • Chain/needle nose – Tapered jaws for general metal and wire work. Non-serrated are requested for all of my classes. Typically requested for classes to be used for opening and closing jump rings; in which case, 2 pairs are requested or a combination of chain nose and flat nose is suitable.
      • Flat nose – Similar to chain nose but the jaws are not tapered. Non-serrated are requested for all of my classes.
         
    • Helping Hand/Third Hand

      Used to hold small parts in place while soldering. Instructor will provide to share for every class needed.
    • Tool Magnifier or Optivisor

      Magnifier or Optivisor

      – For almost all classes this is listed as an “As Needed” tool. If you have sight challenges it is recommended that you are properly prepared. For advance stone setting classes this is required! If you decide to use reading glasses consider better than 2.5x.


    • Muslin buffing wheels

      Used with a flex shaft or Dremel to polish metal.
    • Tool Ott Light or Task Lamp

      Ott Light or Task Lamp

      This is optional item that is listed for every class. It is up to you to determine whether or not you will need to have one depending on your vision.
    • Rawhide/Leather Mallet

      Shape and flatten metal without marring it. #2 mallet is a standard size. Instructor will provide for every class needed. A yellow nylon mallet may be used in its place, however a rubberone may not.
    • Metal Ruler

      6" metal ruler is preferred unless otherwise noted. A larger one will also work, however, it may be a little cumbersome.
    • Side Cutters

      Also known as wire cutters or snippers. For many of my classes I prefer Ultra Flush side cutters because it eases the workload. Ultra flush is the most flush you can buy as opposed to just flush cutters. If you don't own a pair of Ultra Flush cutters, you may want to invest in a good pair either Lindstrom or Swanstrom. There is usually not a different in price between ultra and just flush cutters so why not just buy the best? The image shows just a side cutter (top) and ultra flush (bottom).
    • Soldering Kit

      (Optional) 
      Items in this Soldering Kit will be provided for use during the class. If you are interested in ordering a kit please click on the image. Kit includes: Butane torch, butane, 1 tube solder paste, fire tweezers, copper tweezers, Sparex, tripod with mesh, flux, soldering board. (Note: kit will be delivered at class. If you require the kit prior to class please contact us to make arrangements.

    • Student Files

      Standard size is 2/o. For filing metal. . Instructor will provide to share for every class needed.
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