Double Half Twist Bracelet-Chain Mail

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Students will learn a unique Double Half Twist chain pattern.  They will learn the proper techniques needed to make this
beautiful one of a  kind bracelet.  Students will work in Argentium Sterling* Silver and may have some finishing to complete at home.  
 
Instructor: Robert Kennedy,
                 Kansas City's own master craftsman, will teach the proper techniques to make beautiful
                 chains.   Don't miss this rare opportunity to learn from the very best.  Mr. Kennedy has taught many of the chain 
                 making instructors in this area, their craft. He has also been a visiting instructor at the well known William Holland
                 School of Lapidary Arts in Young Harris, Georgia.  
 
Level:  Beginner/Intermediate
 
Class Fee:  $25       Kit Fee:  $24* (Kit is required)
                                                  *(Final kit fee depends on market price of silver at time of class.)
 
Date: Saturday April 30, 2011
Time:  1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Length:   4  Hours
                  
  
Kit includes: Enough argentium** silver jump rings to complete an 8.5 - 9 inch bracelet and lobster claw closure.
                    **(Argentium sterling silver is a modern sterling silver alloy which modifies the traditional alloy [92.5%
                       silver + 7.5% copper] by replacing some of the copper with the metalloid germanium. Since it retains the
                       92.5% silver content of the traditional alloy, it is still referred to as sterling silver.  Argentium silver is more
                       tarnish resistant than traditional .925 Sterling Silver)
   
Students will also need: 
  • 2 pair of chain nose pliers
  • bead mat
  • extra lighting and/or magnification (if needed).

Mail-in Registration Closes:  April 22, 2011

Class Minimun: 3        Class Maximum:  10
Questions? Contact the instructor: 
Robert Kennedy
 
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Updated 3-07-2011
 
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