Silversmithing: Spinner Rings, Ver. 1
                           ~Lisa Kirkeby

Let's have some fun and make a fidget ring! Learn version 1 first, then
stay tuned for version 2!
Materials Needed: (kit available day of class)
22g or 24g Sterling sheet
2mm Sterling full bead wire

Tools Needed:
Ring mandrel
Metalworking chart (from Beadoholique)
Rawhide or Nylon mallet
Steel block with sand bag
Stand up cross lock tweezers
Head and Shank tweezers (optional)
Soldering brick & heat proof surface
Easy and Hard solder
Flux and brush
Butane torch w/ fuel
Miter vise
Jumbo metal file set
Ring bending pliers
Flat nose pliers
Nylon flat nose pliers
Wire cutters
Polishing pad
Safety glasses
Fine point Sharpie
Millimeter ruler
Magnifiers
Technique(s) Used:  
ring making
soldering
dapping
patina
polishing

Prereq:
Beginner to Advanced.
Must have taken a
beginner's class first, such
as Stacking Rings
If you try to register for a class, but it will not add it to the
shopping cart, the class is unfortunately already full.  
Check back next month to see if its offered again!
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years old to participate, or twelve years old if taken with a paying adult.
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hours in advance
you MUST call the shop and speak to an associate for availability. Payment for class is due when
you sign up.  
You must come early to purchase needed supplies. Evening classes require that materials be
purchased prior to 6pm (or 5pm on weekends), since the stores may be closed to shopping.
Students must have all
Please read our Cancellation & Student Participation Policy:
Please keep in mind that the shop closes at 6pm Mon-Fri.
Students must purchase all necessary supplies for evening classes before the store closes for the day at 6pm.
Please make sure you arrive for evening classes with all necessary materials.
Tools Provided:

Tumbler
Pickle
Copper Tongs
Patina
Silversmithing: Spinner Rings
$65.00
Saturday, Jan 6, 2018, 12-4pm
Instructor:
Lisa Kirkeby