Create Pendants using the Portable Smith Little Torch with Kate Richbourg Video Download

Not sure if you're ready for a two-tank torch system? Join Kate Richbourg, a true soldering maven, as she shows you the ins and outs of the Smith Little Torch oxypropane soldering setup as she creates a carefree cagey pendant!
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You'll love this if:

  • You are not sure how an oxypropane jewelry torch works or how to set one up, but you want to learn!
  • You are in the market for a soldering set up that gets hot enough to work on a variety of projects.
  • You want to make a unique pendant project to showcase your soldering skills.

It's graduation day!
Take your torch system up a notch when you learn how to solder using a two-tank oxygen and propane Smith Little Torch.

"Are you ready to graduate to a bigger, more powerful torch...but are you super confused by all of these cords and random tanks of oxygen and propane? Well, fret no more! I am here to relieve the mystery and get you going with this fantastic Smith Little Torch." -Kate Richbourg

Jump right in and learn how the oxypropane Smith Little Torch works with Kate in her video workshop Create Pendants using the Portable Smith Little Torch. First, get your torch and tanks all set up and then practice turning the torch on, adjusting the flame, and turning off. Kate gives a plethora of expert tips on this torch and soldering tips as she demonstrates all of the steps to creating a caged cabochon pendant—from balling up the ends of wire for the cage all the way to the applying liver of sulfur and finishing the pendant.

Download your copy of Create Pendants using the Portable Smith Little Torch with Kate Richbourg today to:

  • Get your oxypropane Smith Little Torch all set up and ready to use with Kate's helpful tips.
  • Take your torch skills up a notch with a cagey pendant that requires soldering and fusing metal.
  • Discover soldering tips and tricks that will improve your soldering ability.
  • Follow along with Kate as she shows how to set up a soldering station, teaches you basic soldering techniques, and uncovers helpful techniques to keep your solder flowing.
  • And so much more!

About the Expert:

Kate Richbourg was raised on a small farm in Gilroy, California. As a child, she would spend hours stringing beads and creating her own jewelry. It was a phase she never quite outgrew. After completing college, while trying to get excited about the transition to a corporate career, Kate saw a want ad for a bead store and lost no time in applying. Soon she was teaching classes and writing articles that were published regularly in magazines. Want to learn more from Kate? Check out her other video downloads where she creates a variety of jewelry projects using different torch systems. Or, get all six videos on her DVD Kitchen Table Metalsmithing: Make Soldered Jewelry with 6 Easy to Use Torches.

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Customer Reviews (1)
I have watched most, if not all, of Kate Richbourg's instructional videos and I was lucky enough to take a tube setting class with her in person last summer. She is such a great teacher, always giving a thorough explanation of techniques with her casual, friendly style. I'm not sure if I would be using torches in my jewelry making if it wasn't for Kate's videos. I've been wanting to switch to a more professional torch, and so this particular video was just what I needed to show me that I can definitely go ahead with it and get even better results than I'm getting now. Plus I adore this fantastic little caged stone project! Keep 'em coming, Kate! Review by Suzanne (Posted on 8/8/2015)
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