Instructors tutor novice jewelers on techniques for handcrafting custom glass pendants while students sip on home-brought beverages
What You'll Get
Choose from Three Options
- $22 for a BYOB jewelry-making, pottery, or mosaics class class for one ($45 value)
- $42 for a BYOB jewelry-making, pottery, or mosaics class for two ($90 value)
- $82 for a BYOB jewelry-making, pottery, or mosaics class for four ($180 value)
During 90-minute jewelry-making classes, students learn the techniques needed to create a piece out of fused glass, beading, or wire wrapping. They’ll craft a pendant out of bits of raw glass blended together, string beads to make wearable artwork, or twist wire until it cages an object to form a distinct accessory. One person can use the two-person option by either attending two classes or making two pieces in one class. Click here to view the class schedule.
The Fine Print
About Liz Daly Designs
"I am obsessed with glass," Liz Daly-Korybski states matter-of-factly, explaining the reason behind opening her titular studio. The celebrated designer whips up inimitable pieces using techniques such as fusion and slumping, painstakingly layering raw pieces before cutting, firing, polishing, and sculpting the creations into jewelry. Inspired by colors and endless creative possibilities, she currently designs 73 product lines in the form of vintage headbands and watches, bracelets, and sushi plates.