Learn the viking knit technique and make a bracelet. Create something beautiful to wear for a special date or to look great at work!
“Viking knitting” is not actually knitting in the way you might think (i.e. with two needles), but is actually a type of weaving. Chains are made from long pieces of wire (8'-12') that are worked by hand into interconnecting loops.
Joanna Jorgenson specializes in handmade artisan sterling silver jewelry with gemstones and vintage gems. She creates custom sterling silver promise rings, wedding sets, and commitment rings. Each piece of jewelry is made start to finish by her in her studio by her hand using traditional gold-smithing fabrication techniques.
See some of her work online: http://www.etsy.com/shop/jorgensenstudio
Tuesday May 28 from 6-8PM. $45 per person.
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