Wrapping Up! How to create Professional Level Wire Wrapped Jewelry
with Kathy Hacking
- 10+ Video lessons in HD
- Exclusive bonus content
- 30-day access to instructor
- Over 10 hours of in-depth instructions
- Lifetime access, anywhere, anytime
- Available on desktop, mobile and tablet
- 100% satisfaction guarantee
What you will learn:
About the instructor
Fundamentals & tools, rocks
How much wire to use
Open hoop tree
Open hoop tree
Set up for advanced cage
Botton up and top down
- Cab tree
- Cab tree Variations
- Cab Web
- Design placement of cab web
- How to make your own patterns
- Beaded cab tree
Beaded cab tree
Choosing materials and composition
- How to make tiny cab tree earrings - Bonus Class
- Follow-Along Step-by-Step Workbook
How to create Wire Wrapped Jewelry Sneak Peek
About the online course Wire Wrapped Jewelry
Open Facebook Group to students of this course:
Curious Mondo: How to create Professional Level Wire Wrapped Jewelry
Basic / Intermediate / Advanced
Artists seeking to make professional level jewelry.
Learn to weave professional level jewelry pieces with wire.
About The Instructor
Originally from Colorado Springs, Kathy lived in Co, Md, Fl, Mi,& Md, before moving to Utah in 1997 as a BYU student. She left BYU, got married, and started her family in 2000.
She is a gifted multimedia artist with over 20 years of experience creating beauty in the world. Teaching is one of her favorite ways to spend time and energy.
Did you take lessons or were you self-taught?
I initially learned as much as I could about wire wrapping from library books. I was very frustrated with round craft wire and ready to give up wire work! A friend showed me square wire and directed me to invest a little more in my materials and try again.... =D The difference that that change made in the end product was encouraging enough to keep me going.
How did you get started selling and teaching?
Selling began with my sculpture and beaded work. I had so many lovely things and my friends and neighbors kept buying the originals or asking for a duplicate - which I very rarely manage to pull off! Even with the beading, where it could be a step-by-step recreation, I tend to come up with a new variation half way through. The teaching of wire wrapping was actually instigated in 2011 by my own desire to make myself create the written instructions and photographs. I would schedule a class and get it announced and then have to make the corresponding pages to print before that date!