Morning Demo Added to Claybor Day Retreat 2021
Saturday, September 4, 9:30 AM – 5 PM
$15 Individual Retreat Registration
$50 Individual Retreat Registration AND 1-year Guild Membership
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Day 1 Morning Demo with Barbara McGuire
Barbara McGuire will be with us from 10-Noon teaching how to make 7 different types of beaded links:
- Lollipop/head pin
- Double Lollipop with beads
- Wrap/Lollipop with wrap
- Lollipop with spiral headpin
- Cage with spiral
- Wrapped cage with spiral
Barbara is known for her face canes, linked beaded necklaces, shimmering mokume gane, and has authored a number of books on wire, clay, design, and more. She also produces a line of unmounted stamps, sold through her Etsy store.
This is a basic class with emphasis on ‘right practice’. If you wish to ‘wrap along’, you will need the following supplies – however, this is a demo and the instructor will move quickly, answering questions in the allotted breaks.
This session will not be recorded.
- Uncoated Copper Wire: Gauges 16, 18, 20
- Sterling Wire gauge 20 (for ear wires)
- Flush Cutters
- Round Nose
- Flat Nose
- Chain Nose
- Pin Vise
- Assorted Drill Bits
- Polymer beads
Day 1 Afternoon Demo with Kelly Russell
Learn a fascinating hollow bead technique from Kelly Russel. Believe it or not, these beads start with baked clay and are a wonderful way to use up odds and ends of veneer sheets made in other classes and from projects. Supplies list forthcoming.
Kelly works in metal clay, metal, polymer and more. Her demo at our last Claybor Day Retreat was fantastic!
Examples of Kelly Russell’s Hollow Beads
Join Alice Stroppel at her studio via Zoom for this fun, half-day class. Alice is offering our guild a special discount on this class, which is paid directly to her. The class is five hours, split up with a lunch break.
- Zoom opens around 945 AM
- Class from 10 AM – 4 PM
- $55 US paid directly to Alice Stroppel
All times are Eastern US Time Zone
Questions about the class should be directed to Alice.
Lovable Leftovers Class with Alice Stroppel
Scrap is a word I’m no longer going to use to describe all the luscious bits of canes and Skinner Blends that are scattered over my work space. They are truly Leftovers that have the potential to be better than the first time around.
Join me for this easyworkshop where you can turn your leftovers into these little bits of fun.
We’ll make earrings and dangling pendants andgenerally have a good time.
All the usual clay tools
Small circle cutters
An extruder (optional)
Bits of black and white clay
Leftover bits of canes and Skinner Blends Bits of solid colors
Black and (white optional) Liquid polymer clay