I offer the same class 4 times a week. Here are the times:
Night: Monday or Tuesday 6:30-9:30pm
Day:Wednesday morning 10:00am- 1:00pm
  or Wednesday afternoon 1:30pm- 4:30pm

Currently Monday night and Wednesday morning classes are full.
Contact me to be added to the wait list.
I have two spots open  in the Tuesday night class, and one in the Wednesday afternoon class.

Fall 1 - September 22 through October 29, 6 weeks, $280 
Fall 2 - November 3 through December 17, 6 weeks, $280
(no class Thanksgiving week)                                             
Class Schedule 2014
Saturdays 10am -1pm
Open studio is $15 per hour,
or can be used to make up classes missed in the past 6 months.

2014 Open Studio Dates:
September 20
October 18
November 15
December 13
Classes are held in my Decatur studio.
There is a maximum of 6 students per class.
50% nonrefundable deposit required to register, remainder due at the first class.
Students are allowed one make up class per session. You can make up a missed class during open studio, or at another class time if the space is available.

Students new to metals make a silver ring with a bezel set stone. The materials and tools are provide for a $25 lab fee.

Basic hand tools are available for the class to share. However, students are encouraged to acquire and use their own hand tools including sawframe /blades, snips, pliers, files, and flex shaft accessories.
here is list of Basic Tools
Supplementary hand tools are available as needed.
Students  supply their own solder. Paste solder cannot be used without permission.

Judy Parady
Jewelry Making Classes Fall  2014

As always, you are welcome to work on your own projects. It's fine with me if you want to be in class, but not do any of the demonstrated techniques.
To Register

Please  email me and  I will send you a PayPal invoice
or call 404-259-6557

A 50% non-refundable deposit is required to hold your spot.
Classes are small, and often fill quickly.
Act now to avoid sadness.
Open Studio
A comprehensive jewelry making program in Decatur GA
Program Info
Tension Set Ring
Harden the wire then coil it to size for your finger.  The coil is cut into separate rings, and a seat is burred into the open ends for the stone.
This ring is a clean, modern design featuring a hefty shank and small pop of color gemstone. Make a stack of them.

12 inches of 10 gauge round sterling silver wire. (This will yield 2, or more, rings with some scrap left over.)

3 – 4mm round faceted gem stone (I will have a supply of these for sale if you don’t have your own.)

Bracelet with Silver Solder Inlay
There are lots of options for unique designs using this technique.
First, create a texture on thick sheet (copper or brass) using burs, cutting discs, files, or by roller printing.
Silver solder is flooded into the recesses. The excess is removed revealing the design.
Use the patterned sheet to make a bangle, open cuff, or hinged bracelet. 
Additional options include lining the cuff with a sheet of silver folded over the edge of the patterned metal, adding gemstones, and patina to enhance the color contrast.
Make earrings, etc., with left over patterned sheet.

18 gauge copper or brass sheet sufficient to create your bracelet design.
Hard silver solder in wire form. 2 feet should do it, but it depends on your pattern.
Optional: 24 or 26 gauge sterling silver sheet  for the “ inside” of your bracelet.

to register email me with your preferred class time

Class time can be used for any metals projects.

All skill levels welcome.

Fall Projects
2 concepts with lots of ways to make it your own