Kitchen Table Metalsmithing: Make Metal Jewelry with Tubing with Tracy Stanley

Join Tracy Stanley for her workshop video dedicated to turning and plain copper tubing into beautiful personalized jewelry with stamping, riveting, beads and more! See how to create a stylish bracelet, and then alter the technique to make stylish earrings.

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Description

You'll love this if:

  • You're searching for a unique way to make metal jewelry.
  • You want to uncover techniques for creating rivets, mastering metal stamping, and more!
  • You want to learn how to create metal jewelry from metal tubing, which lends a unique look and smooth edges without sawing and filing.

Tubing: from pipes to stylish jewelry designs!

Learn how to craft fun jewelry from tubing

Discover how to combine tubing with metal stamping, riveting, and wirework to create stylish jewelry with Tracy Stanley! Join Tracy for Kitchen Table Metalsmithing: Make Metal Jewelry with Tubing, a workshop video that shows how you can turn round or square metal tubing into unique, personalized jewelry!

First, learn important techniques including riveting, forming, and embellishing and how these are added to the bracelet project. Then shrink the techniques down to create delightful earrings, or link components for bracelets, necklaces, and beyond! Once you learn these fundamental methods, the design possibilities are endless.

Order your copy of this workshop video today to:

  • See every step you need to know to create a stylish bracelet from bangle to clasp.
  • Master riveting using wire, pre-made rivets, escutcheon pins, and more!
  • Learn to have "no fears" with Tracy's tips for turning mistakes into stylish design opportunities.
  • Discover different design considerations for flattened and unflattened tubing.
  • Explore essential metalsmithing skills including metal stamping, riveting, wire working, and patination.
  • And so much more!



About the Artist:

Tracy Stanley is from the Pacific Northwest and has been teaching beading and wireworking techniques across the country for more than 20 years. She loves organic elements and brings them into her work. Tracy is a strong believer in quality tools and solid techniques. She enjoys passing this knowledge on to her students so that they too can make superb, structurally sound pieces. Tracy is co-author of Making Wire & Bead Jewelry: Artful Wirework Techniques.

SKU: 14JM13-EP8767-GROUPED

Author/Speaker/Editor: Tracy Stanley

ISBN 13: 9781620338636

Runtime: 114 minutes

Customer Reviews

LOVE IT! Review by PattiVan
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I truly enjoyed every second of this video! I normally have a short attention span, and have to stop a video, take a break and come back. Not this time! My hope was to simply learn the technique to make the beautiful cuff bracelet. I have not only made the cuff, but made the beads made from tubing and made other bracelets and earrings. I have even added some soldering adornments to the beads to "make them my own". Tracy was a joy to watch and I picked up so many helpful tips that I will definitely employ at my own little bench. My only wish would be to take a class with Tracy - teaching is obviously her calling! Thank you to Tracy for sharing her knowledge, and Interweave for producing this wonderful video!

(Posted on 8/8/14)

Can't Wait to Make These Review by Leslie
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I received this video and it took me a bit of time to get to watching all of it (too much for me for one sitting). It does require several tools, which I have most of, and is not for beginners, it required a lot of hunting for the metal tubing (three hardware stores and still not completed my shopping), but I can't wait to experiment with making these bracelets. I teach jewelry making and thought how fun this might be, but find it a bit more advanced for my basic classes. I am so excited to experiment with these. I will let everyone know.

(Posted on 8/1/14)