Course outline: Blend the urban chic of metal jump rings with the elegance and simplistic beauty of this feminine weave.
Skill level: Beginner
Bring to class: Tools designed for chainmaille will be provided for class use but you may bring your personal tools. Bring eyeglasses or magnifiers for closeup work.
Kit fees payable to the instructor the day of the class: Kit includes step-by-step, illustrated instructions, jump rings (silver-filled or jewelers bronze), and a coordinating toggle clasp. Makes up to a 9" bracelet. All rings are saw-cut and polished.
$50 + HST for Silver-filled/Black kit
$26 + HST for Jeweler's Bronze kit
Class cancellation policy: If you need to cancel, please let us know 5 days prior to the class. Cancellations made later than that will forfeit the class deposit or fee. We may re-schedule or cancel classes if we do not receive the minimum number of bookings, or in case of bad weather or instructor illness. In this case, you will be notified and the fees will be refunded or issued as store credit.
Price: 35.00 +HST
Kit Fee: 50.00 Includes: step-by-step, illustrated instructions, jump rings (silver-filled or jewelers bronze), and a coordinating toggle clasp. Makes up to a 9" bracelet. All rings are saw-cut and polished. $50 + HST for Silver-filled/Black kit. $26 + HST for Jeweler's Bronze kit
Duration: approximately 3 hours
Students are eligible for our 15% student discount card!
Get yours when you check-in for your class at the front desk!
To register for this session, please call 416-751-1911 or toll-free 1-877-473-2323 now, because many of our sessions fill up quickly! We limit class sizes so you can get the best value.
Only 8 seats total for this class!
About Marilyn Gardiner
Based in Waterloo, Marilyn teaches classes and sells her chain mail and beading kits both online and at bead shows across Canada and in the U.S. In 2007 Marilyn was selected as the “Artist in Residence: Beadwork” at the Joseph Schneider Haus in Kitchener, ON and in 2011 she was invited to include pieces in an international beadwork exhibit at the JOGS Gem and Jewelry Show in Tucson AZ. In 2012 she was invited to teach six classes at the Bead and Button Show in Milwaukee WI, the largest consumer bead show in the world. The fall 2012 issue of A Needle Pulling Thread had a four-page Artist Profile featuring photos of her beadwork and chain mail jewellery. You can find out more at www.marilyngardiner.com.