Master Medieval-era metalworking to create stylish accessories with an expert jewelry designer

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What You'll Do

Gunpowder rendered chain mail obsolete as armor, but the techniques for making it can still be used today to craft stylish jewelry and accessories. Join Rebeca Mojica, founder of Blue Buddha Boutique, as she walks you through the fundamentals of Medieval-era metalworking and decorating them in Celtic fashion—with simple patterns that look deceptively intricate. Depending on your choice of workshop, you will leave the hands-on experience with either a ready-to-wear star pendant or bracelet.

  • Discover a Peaceful Use for Chain Mail
    Rebeca Mojica crafts jewelry using the same ring-weaving techniques that once created armor for knights on horseback.

  • Choose the Jewelry You Want to Craft
    Depending on the workshop you choose, you'll make either a star pendant or a colorful bracelet that resembles Celtic knotwork.

  • Decorate Them in Dazzling Fashion
    Master simple patterns that look far more complex than they actually are.

Each event is capped at 10 participants; each event requires a minimum of 3 participants in order to take place.


Your Host

Rebeca Mojica Rebeca Mojica
Jewelry Artisan and Entrepreneur

Rebeca Mojica is an award-winning jewelry artist and the founder of Blue Buddha Boutique, where she teaches dozens of students how to create their own masterpieces—and is particularly beloved by her left-handed students for her special “lefty” instructions. She authored the best-selling book “Chained: Create Gorgeous Chain Mail Jewelry One Ring at a Time,” and her projects have appeared in numerous books and magazines. At current count, she knows 100+ weaves, including more than a dozen patterns of her own creation.


Where You'll Meet

Workshops meet at Blue Buddha Boutique, a cozy, cerulean space dedicated entirely to crafting chain-mail jewelry.


When You'll Meet

You must reserve your date here in advance of the event

The pendant-making workshop takes place from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. on the following dates:

  • Saturday, January 18
  • Saturday, March 15

The bracelet-making workshop takes place from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. on the following dates:

  • Saturday, February 8
  • Saturday, March 29


In a Nutshell

Jewelry designer Rebeca Mojica walks you step-by-step through the process of weaving metal rings into a stylish Celtic bracelet or pendant

The Fine Print

Expiration varies. Refundable only on day of purchase. Min. of 3 participants or experience subject to cancellation. No value after experience date & time have passed. Price reflects Experience Provider’s current prices. Please provide email address at checkout, which SideTour will provide to facilitate redemption. Gratuity included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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