Metalworking: 3D Chasing Riveted
Necklace    
 - Lisa Kirkeby
Techniques Used:  
Sawing
Filing
Chasing
Riveting
Finishing
Bail making
Patina
Texturing
Balling wire
Learn how to imprint shapes into metal sheet without using
a hydraulic press! Finish it off by riveting with an alternate
metal design and making a handmade bail.
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Metalworking: 3D Chasing Riveted Necklace
$75.00
Saturday, May 12, 2018, 11-4pm
instructor
Lisa Kirkeby and Celeste Smith
Materials must be purchased at
Beadoholique Too.

Class Kit available day of class.
Minimum kit fee $45

Kit includes:
24g sterling sheet
24g copper sheet
Acrylic sheet
Leather scrap
6 inches 16g fine silver round wire
Decorative chain and/or fiber
(optional and not included in kit)

Tools provided:
Brass pattern plates
Pickle
Flexshaft
LOS
Templates
Copper tongs
Tumbler
T
hick leather scraps
Old credit card
Tools Needed:
a sheet of Copy or graph paper
Rubber cement
Pencil
Sharpie
Scissors
Millimeter ruler
Steel bench block and Sand anvil
Chasing hammer with ball peen

Utility hammer, Nylon hammer
Rivet hammer
Steel riveting block

Solder Station Setup (see below)
Metal shears
, straight and curved
Jeweler's saw, blade, lube, bench pin

Wax saw blades

Drill bit for flexshaft
(small)
Polishing attachments for flexshaft
Auto center punch
Painter's tape
Flat nose,
Round nose, Chain nose pliers
Wire cutters
Safety glasses, Mask, Magnifiers
Metal files
- jumbo and needle
Texture hammer
6-Step looping pliers
T
hick leather scraps
Brass pattern plates
1.2mm metal hole punch
Templates for design
Old credit card


Solder Station Setup:
-Flux
-Flux Brush
-Titanium Solder Pick
-Jumbo Torch
-Butane
-Fiber Grip Cross-Locking Tweezers
-Fine Tip Tweezers
-Fine point Sharpie
-Charcoal Block and/or Fiber brick
Fireproof base
* (such as a ceramic tile,
metal pan or annealing pan)