Welcome to Kickstart Arts’ Creative Exchange: Workshops in Everything
Polymer Clay Workshop (2 of 2)
Using handmade polymer clay items such as beads and focals, this session will cover a variety of findings and attachments that can be used to design unique jewellery.
You’ll be taken through detailed methods of stringing and attaching custom pieces such as ear wires, bails and connectors to make completed jewellery.
What you’ll get:
A basic kit of materials is included in your ticket, however sterling silver and base metal findings may be purchased on the night
Detailed notes outlining the process
At least one item of completed jewellery to take home.
What to bring:
Apron/smock or wear clothes you don’t mind getting dirty
Notebook & pen
Any pre-made polymer clay pieces you wish you use
Polymer clay / clay melding tools if you have any
A bag or box to take everything home with you
NOTE: If you book into Polymer Clay 1 + 2, you’ll get a 10% discount!
About Creative Exchange: The Kickstart Arts Centre in New Town is fast becoming a community hub for arts and culture. Creative Exchange is a flagship project offering an ongoing program of workshops led by and for people from all walks of life. If you have a skill to share, please get in touch.
About the teacher:
Prue Quarmby has been working with polymer clay for over 20 years. She loves its versatility, the amazing colours that can be produced, and the many items that can be made from it.
She continues to make clay jewellery today, often selling her items through Peppercorn Gallery in Richmond.