Small-Space Soldering: Learn to Choose a Torch, Create a Workspace, and Make Metal Jewelry
When I first began soldering and making metal jewelry, I assumed I needed a big studio stocked with lots of expensive tools and equipment. It's certainly fun to do it that way–the studio I learned in was the best stocked I've ever seen–but since then, I've made jewelry in a variety of spaces with various amounts of supplies, and it was just as fun!
In her book Simple Soldering, Kate Richbourg writes, "Whether you have a large room or a cozy corner in which to practice your craft, proudly proclaim it My Studio." This is some of the best jewelry-making advice I've ever heard and I share it every chance I get! It's true, you don't need a huge studio and tons of supplies (or bravery!) to learn to solder, and Kate's live web seminar, Small-Space Soldering: Demystifying Everything You Need to Start Soldering, will help you get started soldering jewelry with just the right supplies and space.
|Join us for Kate's live web seminar
Small-Space Soldering: Demystifying Everything You Need to Start Soldering
January 14, 2015, at 1pm ET
In Kate's live web seminar, you'll learn about different torches and how to pick the best one for you, how to set up a safe soldering workspace that won't take over your entire house (or dining room), what solder is best for your projects, and much more.
If you're itching to learn to solder metal jewelry but intimidated by the supplies and space you think you need to do so, join Kate for Small-Space Soldering: Demystifying Everything You Need to Start Soldering and see how you can get started soldering quickly and safely. Kate will review the abilities and limitations of a variety of portable torches, safe soldering surfaces, the different types of solders available (wire, sheet, and paste solder) and when to use each one for your projects, and more! Join us for Kate's live web seminar, Small-Space Soldering: Demystifying Everything You Need to Start Soldering, on January 14, 2015, at 1pm ET!
Simply put, Kate Richbourg loves jewelry. She loves to teach it. She loves to make it. She loves to wear it. Teaching and designing jewelry since 1992, she teaches at national shows, bead societies and bead shops and is published in a variety of jewelry magazines. Kate is the author of the popular blog "We Can Make That at Home" and appeared on several episodes of the DIY and HGTV network shows "DIY Jewelry" and "Craft Lab." Kate is the author of our bestselling book Simple Soldering: A Beginner's Guide to Jewelry Making.