Jewellery Making is quite literally making jewellery. There are several forms of jewellery making for children, and all are lots of fun. The most common form of jewellery making involves threading glass beads onto flexible wire or cord, but cotton threaded jewellery and more complex wire knitting and weaving is also becoming popular.
The range of designs and styles in jewellery making is limitless, and once you know the basic techniques, your designs are only limited by your imagination.
Where do you learn Jewellery Making?
There are specialist bead shops is just about every city in New Zealand, and most, if not all of these stores offer classes. If you donít have a specialist store nearby, check out your local craft store or sewing centre. Many of these shops have now expanded their lines to include jewellery making.
Jewellery Making has also become a popular option for local high schools and community centres. Most community education facilities put out their programmes on a term by term basis, so ask them to send you the programme for the next term or watch your local paper around school holiday time.
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