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To schedule your class with Helene Jacobs, please contact her at Helene at AncientWire dot com. Helene can teach you or your small group how to make chains, rings and other jewelry. Some of the classes that Helene has taught can be found below.

Past Classes, Book Signings & Demonstrations



Beginning Wire Weaving
Barony Marche of the Debatable Lands - July 6, 2017
This class will teach beginning students to make intricate chains in the manner of the Vikings and other ancient cultures, without the need for heat or complicated tools. With the techniques presented, you will learn to create items like the ones found in Viking burials and treasure hoards across the Nordic countries dating from the 9th century to the late 12th century. Wire chains made in this fashion have also been discovered in the British Isles (875 AD) and in the Roman, Greek and Byzantine civilizations from the 4th century BC to the 1st century AD. Timeless items can be created that are still beautiful and wearable today. If you have needlenose pliers and wire cutters, please bring them. If you need glasses for close or small work, please bring them. The  fee for the class includes the materials needed to complete the leather cord necklace. The number of students per class is limited to 10. The class lasts 2 Hours. To view this unique jewelry, please visit www.AncientWire.com/book.htm

Beginning Wire Weaving
Aethelmearc War Practice - Saturday, May 20 2017
Cooper’s Lake Campground - 205 Currie Road, Slippery Rock, PA 16057
This class will teach beginning students to make intricate chains in the manner of the Vikings and other ancient cultures, without the need for heat or complicated tools. With the techniques presented, you will learn to create items like the ones found in Viking burials and treasure hoards across the Nordic countries dating from the 9th century to the late 12th century. Wire chains made in this fashion have also been discovered in the British Isles (875 AD) and in the Roman, Greek and Byzantine civilizations from the 4th century BC to the 1st century AD. Timeless items can be created that are still beautiful and wearable today. If you have needlenose pliers and wire cutters, please bring them. If you need glasses for close or small work, please bring them. The  fee for the class includes the materials needed to complete the leather cord necklace. The number of students per class is limited to 10. The class lasts 2 Hours. To view this unique jewelry, please visit www.AncientWire.com/book.htm



Beginning Wire Weaving
Pennsic 45 - July 30 – August15, 2016
This class will teach beginning students to make intricate chains in the manner of the Vikings and other ancient cultures, without the need for heat or complicated tools. With the techniques presented, you will learn to create items like the ones found in Viking burials and treasure hoards across the Nordic countries dating from the 9th century to the late 12th century. Wire chains made in this fashion have also been discovered in the British Isles (875 AD) and in the Roman, Greek and Byzantine civilizations from the 4th century BC to the 1st century AD. Timeless items can be created that are still beautiful and wearable today. If you have needlenose pliers and wire cutters, please bring them. If you need glasses for close or small work, please bring them. The  fee for the class includes the materials needed to complete the leather cord necklace. The number of students per class is limited to 10. The class lasts 2 Hours. To view this unique jewelry, please visit www.AncientWire.com/book.htm
Friday, August 5 3:00PM    A&S 5
Saturday, August 6 11:00AM   A&S 11 
 Tuesday, August 9 1:00PM   A&S 15



Kick Spindle Spinning Wheel Demonstration
Sunderoak - February 22, 2016



Using Technology to Gather and Organize Documentation
Aethelmearc Aecademy - June 11, 2016
Online searches, cell phone cameras and online / offline data storage systems can be useful to find, create and organize data so hat studying your craft or interest and writing documentation or class handouts can be much easier.
For some of the information in this class please see:
http://lifehacks.lifehacksbyhelene.com/



Using Technology to Create Images for Documentation
Aethelmearc Aecademy - June 11, 2016
Cell phone cameras, like regular cameras, can be used to create images for illustrating documentation or class handouts.  Students will learn how to take nice pictures with just a cell phone and a sunny window.
For some of the information in this class please see:
http://lifehacks.lifehacksbyhelene.com/



Book Signing
Barony Marche of the Debatable Lands Baronial Investiture
February 13, 2016 10 am - 8 pm
Unitarian Universalist Church of the North Hills, 2359 W Ingomar Rd, Pittsburgh, PA 15237 



Indroduction to Sprang
February 22, 2016 - Sunderoak
Sprang is a net type fabric formed by twisting parallel warp threads around each other. The fabric is stretchy and collapsible. Sprang can be traced back to Denmark in the early Bronze Age as well as Peru, Egypt and Norway. Sprang is useful for hairnets, handbags, belts and clothing.



The Art of Wire Weaving with Helene Jacobs
Sunday, March 6, 2016 – 1-3 pm
Pittsburgh Knit and Crochet Festival and Creative Arts Festival
David L Lawrence Convention Center, Pittsburgh, PA
This class will teach beginning students to make intricate chains in the manner of the Vikings and other ancient cultures, without the need for heat or complicated tools. With the techniques presented, you will learn to create items like the ones found in Viking burials and treasure hoards across the Nordic countries dating from the 9th century to the late 12th century. Wire chains made in this fashion have also been discovered in the British Isles as far back as 875 AD and in the Roman, Greek and Byzantine civilizations from the 4th century BC to the 1st century AD. Timeless items can be created that are beautiful and wearable today. No special skills are required for this class. To view this unique jewelry, please visit: www.AncientWire.com/book.htm
http://pghknitandcrochet.com/sunday-afternoon/jewelry-the-art-of-wire-weaving-with-helene-jacobs/



Indroduction to Sprang
March 16, 2016 - Depreciation Lands Museum
Sprang is a net type fabric formed by twisting parallel warp threads around each other. The fabric is stretchy and collapsible. Sprang can be traced back to Denmark in the early Bronze Age as well as Peru, Egypt and Norway. Sprang is useful for hairnets, handbags, belts and clothing.



Indroduction to Sprang
January 14, 2016 - Barony Marche of the Debatable Lands
Sprang is a net type fabric formed by twisting parallel warp threads around each other. The fabric is stretchy and collapsible. Sprang can be traced back to Denmark in the early Bronze Age as well as Peru, Egypt and Norway. Sprang is useful for hairnets, handbags, belts and clothing.



Brief, Painless Documentation
Monday, December 21, 2015 - Sunderoak
Sometimes you may only need brief information and documentation for a display or competition. Why not make this information look as nice as possible?



How to Make a Shawl Pin
September 2, 2015 Butler Spinners & Weavers Guild
Dress up your shawl with your very own hand crafted shawl pin. Students will be able to choose  from different styles of shawl pins and be able to create their own during this class.



Beginning Wire Weaving
Pennsic 44 - July 24 – August 9, 2015
This class will teach beginning students to make intricate chains in the manner of the Vikings and other ancient cultures, without the need for heat or complicated tools. With the techniques presented, you will learn to create items like the ones found in Viking burials and treasure hoards across the Nordic countries dating from the 9th century to the late 12th century. Wire chains made in this fashion have also been discovered in the British Isles (875 AD) and in the Roman, Greek and Byzantine civilizations from the 4th century BC to the 1st century AD. Timeless items can be created that are still beautiful and wearable today. If you have needlenose pliers and wire cutters, please bring them. If you need glasses for close or small work, please bring them. The  fee for the class includes the materials needed to complete the leather cord necklace. The number of students per class is limited to 10. The class lasts 2 Hours. To view this unique jewelry, please visit www.AncientWire.com/book.htm
Friday, July 31                 3 pm      AS 3
Saturday, August 1       11 am      AS 11
Monday, August 3         1 pm      AS 11
Wednesday, August 5   2 pm      AS 2



Kick Spindle Spinning Wheel Demonstration
Aethelmearc War Practice - May 16, 2015



Book Signing - November 22, 2014
Holiday Faire - Barony of Stierbach, Prince William County Fairgrounds


Kick Spindle Spinning Wheel Demonstration - November 22, 2014

Holiday Faire - Barony of Stierbach, Prince William County Fairgrounds


How to make a Shawl Pin
October 2014 - Indiana Machine Knitters Guild
Dress up your shawl with your very own hand crafted shawl pin.
Students will be able to choose  from different styles of shawl pins and be able to create their own during this class.



How to make a Shawl Pin - June 2014
Butler Machine Knitters Guild
Dress up your shawl with your very own hand crafted shawl pin.
Students will be able to choose  from different styles of shawl pins and be able to create their own during this class.



Beginning Wire Weaving - Red Tower XLII - October 4, 2014 - 1-3 pm
Camp Rutledge at Hard Labor Sate Park, Rutledge, GA  30663
This class will teach beginning students to make intricate chains in the manner of the Vikings and other ancient cultures, without the need for heat or complicated tools.
With the techniques presented, you will learn to create items like the ones found in Viking burials and treasure hoards across the Nordic countries dating from the 9th century to the late 12th century. Wire chains made in this fashion have also been discovered in the British Isles (875 AD) and in the Roman, Greek and Byzantine civilizations from the 4th century BC to the 1st century AD. Timeless items can be created that are still beautiful and wearable today.  
If you have needlenose pliers and wire cutters, please bring them. If you need glasses for close or small work, please bring them. 
The  fee for the class includes the materials needed to complete the leather cord necklace. The number of students per class is limited to 10. The class lasts 2 Hours.  
To view this unique jewelry, please visit www.AncientWire.com/book.htm 


 

Beginning Wire Weaving with Helene Jacobs- Pittsburgh Creative Arts Festival
Friday, August 22, 2014, 6:30 - 8:30 pm
http://pghknitandcrochet.com/pghcreativearts/classes/beginning-wire-weaving-helene-jacobs/
This class will teach beginning students to make intricate chains in the manner of the Vikings and other ancient cultures, without the need for heat or complicated tools.

With the techniques presented, you will learn to create items like the ones found in Viking burials and treasure hoards across the Nordic countries dating from the 9th century to the late 12th century.  Wire chains made in this fashion have also been discovered in the British Isles (875 AD) and in the Roman, Greek and Byzantine civilizations from the 4th century BC to the 1st century AD.  Timeless items can be created that are still beautiful and wearable today. No special skills are required for this class, however, you will be bending and working with wire, some advanced arthritic conditions may prevent you from participating. This class is geared for adults. The instructor will also have available for purchase pliers, wire cutters and drawplates which are used to make the jewelry if you do not have your own. To view this unique jewelry, please visit www.AncientWire.com/book.htm. Registration required, class size limited to 12.


 

Book Signing - Monday, August 4, 2014, 11 am - 2 pm @ Poison Pen Press, booth 63, Pennsic War / Coopers Lake Campground, Slippery Rock PA  16057
http://www.poisonpenpress.com/  



Beginning Wire Weaving - Pennsic War 2014
Friday, August 1, 2014   @  12:00 noon    A&S 3
Sunday, August 3, 2014  @ 3 pm    A&S 7
Tuesday, August 5, 2014  @ 4 pm   A&S 5
Thursday, August 7, 2014 @ 1 pm     A&S 5
This class will teach beginning students to make intricate chains in the manner of the Vikings and other ancient cultures, without the need for heat or complicated tools.
With the techniques presented, you will learn to create items like the ones found in Viking burials and treasure hoards across the Nordic countries dating from the 9th century to the late 12th century. Wire chains made in this fashion have also been discovered in the British Isles (875 AD) and in the Roman, Greek and Byzantine civilizations from the 4th century BC to the 1st century AD. Timeless items can be created that are still beautiful and wearable today.  
If you have needlenose pliers and wire cutters, please bring them. If you need glasses for close or small work, please bring them. 
The  fee for the class includes the materials needed to complete the leather cord necklace. The number of students per class is limited to 10. The class lasts 2 Hours.  
To view this unique jewelry, please visit www.AncientWire.com/book.htm 


 

Book Signing - Saturday, June 7, 2014
Highland River Melees and Baronial Investiture
Manidokan Camp and Retreat Center, 1600 Harpers Ferry Rd. Knoxville, MD 21758



Ancient Wire Weaving Class - Ross Community Center
This class will teach beginning students to make intricate chains in the manner of the Vikings and found across the Nordic countries dating from the 9th century to the late 12th century.  Our instructor, Helene Jacobs, has been teaching and practicing this craft for over 25 years, including at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History.
Your choice of 4 Dates:
Tuesday, October 1, 6 - 8 p.m. 
Tuesday, October 8, 6 - 8 p.m.
Tuesday, October 15, 6 - 8 p.m.
Tuesday, October 22, 6 - 8 p.m.
If you have needle-nose pliers and wire cutters, please bring them.  Please bring glasses if you need them for close or small work.
Limit 10 students per class. To view this unique jewelry, please visit www.AncientWire.com 
Please contact Ross Community Center to register for a class    412-931-7055 ext 233 or ext 204   



Double Spiral Ring - Siege of Glengary

Jefferson County Fairgrounds; 1707 Old Leetown Pike; Kearneysville, WV 25430

Sept 27, 28 & 29, 2013 - Oak & Lynen

The design of this lovely adjustable double spiral ring has been found since the 4th century BCE, when the Etruscans made it in gold with a bead. There are also examples without a bead from the Celts, Romans, Saxons, and Vikings. 

If you have wire cutters, a file (or cup burr), chain nose pliers, nylon or soft jaw pliers, and a ring mandrel, please bring them All of these will be available in class to use, but in limited quantity. If you have a small bead you would like to use, please bring that as well.

 


Book Signing - Sept 27, 28 & 29, 2013
Oak & Lynen - Siege of Glengary
Jefferson County Fairgrounds, 1707 Old Leetown Pike; Kearneysville, WV 25430

 

Beginning Wire Weaving - Pennsic War 2013
Friday, July 26, 2013    @  12:00 noon    AS 14    
Tuesday, July 30, 2013    @  2:00 PM    AS 14 
Wednesday, July 31, 2013    @  3:00 PM    AS 14    
This class will teach beginning students to make intricate chains in the manner of the Vikings and other ancient cultures, without the need for heat or complicated tools.
With the techniques presented, you will learn to create items like the ones found in Viking burials and treasure hoards across the Nordic countries dating from the 9th century to the late 12th century. Wire chains made in this fashion have also been discovered in the British Isles (875 AD) and in the Roman, Greek and Byzantine civilizations from the 4th century BC to the 1st century AD. Timeless items can be created that are still beautiful and wearable today.  
If you have needlenose pliers and wire cutters, please bring them. If you need glasses for close or small work, please bring them. 
The fee for the class includes the materials needed to complete the leather cord necklace. The number of students per class is limited to 10. The class lasts 2 Hours.  
To view this unique jewelry, please visit www.AncientWire.com/book.htm 


 

Viking Knot Ring - Pennsic War 2013
Wednesday, July 31, 2013 @ 5pm
Learn to make a Viking Knot ring.  
There are several different types of knot rings throughout history.  The one this class will focus on has been dated to the 9th - 11th century and comes from the Viking culture.

If you have your own ring mandrel, chain nose, needle nose pliers or round nose pliers, please bring them.  If you need glasses for close or small work, please bring them.  1 hour.  Limited space.  
 

Book Signing - Tuesday, July 30, 2013 
Brush Creek Wool Works 5-7 pm
#85 Street of Gold, Pennsic War
Coopers Lake Campground, Slippery Rock PA  16057
 


Beginning Wire Weaving - Pennsic War 2012
Wed, Aug 1    1:00 PM    AS 02
Fri, Aug 3    2:00 PM    AS 05
Sun, Aug 5    2:00 PM    AS 02
Wed, Aug 8    2:00 PM    AS 11    
This class will teach beginning students to make intricate chains in the manner of the Vikings and other ancient cultures, without the need for heat or complicated tools.
With the techniques presented, you will learn to create items like the ones found in Viking burials and treasure hoards across the Nordic countries dating from the 9th century to the late 12th century. Wire chains made in this fashion have also been discovered in the British Isles (875 AD) and in the Roman, Greek and Byzantine civilizations from the 4th century BC to the 1st century AD. Timeless items can be created that are still beautiful and wearable today.  
If you have needlenose pliers and wire cutters, please bring them. If you need glasses for close or small work, please bring them. 
The fee for the class includes the materials needed to complete the leather cord necklace. The number of students per class is limited to 10. The class lasts 2 Hours.  
To view this unique jewelry, please visit www.AncientWire.com/book.htm 


Beginning Wire Weaving
Aethelmearc War Practice - Saturday, May 19, 1012 - 10am-noon in the Bathhouse
This class will teach beginning students to make intricate chains in the manner of the Vikings and other ancient cultures, without the need for heat or complicated tools.
With the techniques presented, you will learn to create items like the ones found in Viking burials and treasure hoards across the Nordic countries dating from the 9th century to the late 12th century. Wire chains made in this fashion have also been discovered in the British Isles (875 AD) and in the Roman, Greek and Byzantine civilizations from the 4th century BC to the 1st century AD. Timeless items can be created that are still beautiful and wearable today.  
If you have needlenose pliers and wire cutters, please bring them. If you need glasses for close or small work, please bring them. 
The fee for the class includes the materials needed to complete the leather cord necklace. The number of students per class is limited to 10. The class lasts 2 Hours.  
To view this unique jewelry, please visit www.AncientWire.com/book.htm 



Beginning Wire Weaving
California University of Pennsylvania - Nov 8, 2011
This class will teach beginners to make chains in the style of those made in the Viking era (and throughout other times). If you have needlenose pliers and wire cutters, please bring them. Limited handouts. The number of students per class is limited to 10, observers welcome. If you need glasses for close or small work, please bring them.  2 Hours.  



Knot Ring - Saturday, October 29, 2011 - 2:30 pm
Autumn Artisan Challenge and Gold Chain Tourney
Learn to make a Knot ring from the Viking culture.  If you have your own ring mandrel, chain nose, needle nose pliers or round nose pliers, please bring them.  If you need glasses for close or small work, please bring them.  1 hour.  Limited space.  

 

Beginning Wire Weaving - Monday, October 10, 2011 - 6:30 - 8:30 pm
Ross Community Center, Pittsburgh, PA
This class will teach beginning students to make intricate chains in the manner of the Vikings and other ancient cultures, without the need for heat or complicated tools.
With the techniques presented, you will learn to create items like the ones found in Viking burials and treasure hoards across the Nordic countries dating from the 9th century to the late 12th century. Wire chains made in this fashion have also been discovered in the British Isles (875 AD) and in the Roman, Greek and Byzantine civilizations from the 4th century BC to the 1st century AD. Timeless items can be created that are still beautiful and wearable today.  
If you have needlenose pliers and wire cutters, please bring them. If you need glasses for close or small work, please bring them. 
The fee for the class includes the materials needed to complete the leather cord necklace. The number of students per class is limited to 10. The class lasts 2 Hours.  
To view this unique jewelry, please visit www.AncientWire.com/book.htm 
To register for the class, please contact Ross Township Community Center - 412-931-7055 ext 233 or 204.
To view The Ross Record on line, please visit http://www.ross.pa.us/ .  The class description is on page 29, and the registration form is on page 38.


 

Book Signing - St. Sebastian Arts and Crafts Fair
St Sebastian will be holding an Arts and Crafts Fair on Saturday, October 15, 2011.
I will be there signing Ancient Wire and Ancient Wire II.  I will have books and jewelry for sale.
St Sebastian, 311 Siebert Road, Pittsburgh, PA  15237


 

Beginning Wire Weaving
Pennsic War - July 29 - August 14, 2011
 www.PennsicWar.org
This class will teach beginners to make chains in the style of those made in the Viking era (and throughout other times). If you have needlenose pliers and wire cutters, please bring them. Limited handouts. The number of students per class is limited to 10, observers welcome. If you need glasses for close or small work, please bring them.  2 Hours.  
Saturday, August 6, 2011 @ 12 pm AS 09
Sunday, August 7, 2011 @ 11 am AS 09
Wednesday, August 10, 2011 @ 2 pm AS 09
Thursday, August 11, 2011 @ 11 am AS 09
 


Advanced Wire Weaving
Thursday, August 11, 2011 at 4 pm
Livonia Smithery - Merchant Space 170
Anyone with prior knowledge of Viking Wire Weaving / Viking Chain Knitting is welcome - even if you just learned today! Students will have the option to learn hollow ovals, caged beads, flat rings or a bracelet. You can learn more than one, with time permitting. If you have needlenose pliers and wire cutters, please bring them. If you need glasses for close or small work, please bring them.  1 Hour.  Limited space.  



Knot Ring
Wednesday, August 10, 2011 at 4 pm
Livonia Smithery - Merchant Space 170
Learn to make a Knot ring from the Viking culture.  If you have your own ring mandrel, chain nose, needle nose pliers or round nose pliers, please bring them.  If you need glasses for close or small work, please bring them.  1 hour.  Limited space.  

 

Artisan's Row Wire Weaving Demonstration
Pennsic War - Tuesday, August 9th - 1-3 pm - A&S  6


 

Beginning Wire Weaving - War Practice XXII - May 21, 2011
This class will teach beginners to make chains in the style of those made in the Viking era (and throughout other times). If you have needlenose pliers and wire cutters, please bring them. Limited handouts. The number of students per class is limited to 10, observers welcome. If you need glasses for close or small work, please bring them.  2 Hours.  

 

Advanced Wire Weaving
Anyone with prior knowledge of Viking Wire Weaving / Viking Chain Knitting is welcome - even if you just learned today! Students will have the option to learn hollow ovals, caged beads, flat rings or a bracelet. You can learn more than one, with time permitting. If you have needlenose pliers and wire cutters, please bring them. If you need glasses for close or small work, please bring them.  1 Hour.  

 

Knot Ring - Castle Schola - March 5th, 2011
Learn to make a Knot ring from the Viking culture.  If you have your own ring mandrel, chain nose or needle nose pliers, please bring them.  If you need glasses for close or small work, please bring them.


Advanced Wire Weaving
St Brigid's Faire - Saturday, October 16, 2010
Anyone with prior knowledge of Viking Wire Weaving / Viking Chain Knitting is welcome. Students will have the option to learn hollow ovals, caged beads, flat rings or bracelet. You can learn more than one, with time permitting. If you have needlenose pliers and wire cutters, please bring them. If you need glasses for close or small work, please bring them. (Baroness Betha)


Beginning Wire Weaving
Pennsic War - July-August 2010 (www.PennsicWar.org)
This class will teach beginners to make chains in the style of those made in the Viking era ( and throughout other times).  If you have needlenose pliers and wire cutters, please bring them. Limited handouts.  The number of students per class is limited to 10, observers welcome.  If you need glasses for close or small work, please bring them.         (Baroness Betha)


Artisan's Row - Wire Weaving Demonstration - Saturday, August 7 - All day event



Advanced Wire Weaving

Anyone with prior knowledge of Viking Wire Weaving is welcome.  This class will teach hollow ovals, caged beads and flat rings.  If you have needlenose pliers and wire cutters, please bring them.  If you need glasses for close or small work, please bring them.  (Baroness Betha)  The class will be held at The Spanish Peacock, 144 Battle Road on Wednesday, August 11


 

Beginning Wire Weaving

Pennsic War - July-August 2009 (www.PennsicWar.org)

This class will teach beginners to make chains in the style of those made in the Viking era ( and throughout other times).  If you have needlenose pliers and wire cutters, please bring them. Limited handouts.  The number of students per class is limited to 10, observers welcome.  If you need glasses for close or small work, please bring them.         (Baroness Betha)



Advanced Wire Weaving

Anyone with prior knowledge of Viking Wire Weaving is welcome.  This class will teach a bracelet based on an artifact that I own.  If you have needlenose pliers and wire cutters, please bring them.  If you need glasses for close or small work, please bring them.  (Baroness Betha)  The class will be held at The Lacemaker



Beginning Wire Weaving

Pennsic War - July-August 2008 (www.PennsicWar.org)

This class will teach beginners to make chains in the style of those made in the Viking era ( and throughout other times).  If you have needlenose pliers and wire cutters, please bring them. Limited handouts.  The number of students per class is limited to 10, observers welcome.  If you need glasses for close or small work, please bring them.         (Baroness Betha)


 

Wire Caged Glass Beads / Cloven Orange - November 3, 2007

The Lacemaker - 134 North High Street, Cortland, OH 44410 - 800-747-2220


 

Ancient Wire Bracelet or Necklace - Wednesday, October 24, 2007 - 6:30-8:30 pm

St Athanasius School - 7 Wentworth Ave, Pittsburgh, PA  15229 - 412-931-6633



Beginning Wire Weaving

Pennsic War - July-August 2007

This class will teach beginners to make chains in the style of those made in the Viking era ( and throughout other times).  If you have needlenose pliers and wire cutters, please bring them. Limited handouts.  The number of students per class is limited to 10, observers welcome.  If you need glasses for close or small work, please bring them.         (Baroness Betha)

 


Beginning Wire Weaving

Pennsic War - July-August 2006 (www.PennsicWar.org)

This class will teach beginners to make chains in the style of those made in the Viking era ( and throughout other times).  If you have needlenose pliers and wire cutters, please bring them. Limited handouts.  The number of students per class is limited to 10, observers welcome.  If you need glasses for close or small work, please bring them.         (Baroness Betha)


 

Beginning Wire Weaving

Pennsic War - July-August 2005

This class will teach beginners to make chains in the style of those made in the Viking era ( and throughout other times).  If you have needlenose pliers and wire cutters, please bring them. Limited handouts.  The number of students per class is limited to 10, observers welcome.  If you need glasses for close or small work, please bring them.         (Baroness Betha)


 

Jewelry Making I and II

JoAnn Fabrics - Ross Towne Center



Leather and Wire Bracelet or Necklace - This class will teach beginners to make chains in the style of those made in the Viking era and then place them on leather.


 

Beginning and Advanced Wire Weaving

Community College  of Allegheny County - Community Education



Spiral Necklace

Carnegie Museum of Natural History


 

Beginning Wire Weaving

Kick Spindle Spinning Wheel

Introduction to Sprang

How to Make a Shawl Pin

Using Technology to
Gather and Organize Documentation

Using Technology to
Create Images for Documentation

Brief, Painless Documentation

How to Create a
Double Spiral Ring

How to Create a
Viking Knot Ring

Advanced Wire Weaving

How to Create a
Wire Caged Bead or
Cloven Orange

How to Create an
Ancient Wire Necklace or Bracelet

How to Create a
Spiral Necklace