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Introduction to Jewellery Making - Falmouth Adult Education Centre
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More information about this Course
In this course, discover the world of bead weaving by learning some of the most versatile bead stitches around: Right Angle Weave, Herringbone Stitch and Peyote stitch, in flat, circular and/or tubular form to create spectacular jewellery using small seed beads, crystals, glass pearls or the new shaped Twin Beads!
Course content and outcomes
• Recognise own skills from novice to beginner using bead needle, thread and beads to learn single-needle right angle weave, Peyote stitch herringbone weave in flat forms
• Demonstrate knowledge of these stitches in their various shaped forms such as Cubic/3D Right Angle Weave, tubular Herringbone stitch and circular Peyote Stitch
• Gain knowledge of single needle, two-needle and cubic Right Angle Weave
• Using functional skills (Maths) to count beads and sewing through particular beads to create the bead stitches
• Understand different methods of even and odd count peyote stitch Perform a section of tubular herringbone stitch to create a finished bracelet.
Before joining this course you will need...
No additional qualifications are required, although if you have done previous jewellery making, beading or sewing this may be beneficial but is not essential.
How will I learn?
This is a ‘learning by doing’ course. The tutor will demonstrate throughout the session but most skills will be learnt through you practising. Mini projects using different stitches will be developed by the Tutor to suit the level of the course and also individual progress. You will be encouraged to practice between sessions to reinforce your learning.
Assessment will be on-going throughout the course, with practical activities that will help you and your tutor to recognise your progress. Throughout the course your tutor will provide regular feedback on your progress. You will use a personal learning plan in conjunction with a health questionnaire and discussion to assess your needs and development.
Equipment and additional costs
The course fee includes beads, jewellery findings, cord and other basics to complete at least one set of jewellery to get you started. Beads will be ordered before the workshop, so if possible can you please state two or three colour choices when booking your course. If you have your own seed beads, beading needles etc this would be beneficial but not essential. Handout instructions will also be available. You may want to bring pen, paper and small pointy scissors along too.
Following this course you may like to continue with Jewellery Making Course starts 14th June.
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We understand that for some learners, the only way they will be able to take part in Adult Education is if they receive financial help and support, for example a contribution towards the costs of tuition, exam fees, travel, books or childcare. The Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) and the funding agency for Advanced Learning Loans have allocated some money to help us provide this support. Please contact your local centre for information and advice about eligibility and how to apply.
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