Saturday I taught another Fold Forming workshop at HACC in Harrisburg. Once again we had a lot of fun. It never fails to amaze me how four different folds can lead to so many variations. Every cuff by every student in every workshop has come out differently. These students were no exception. Take a gander at some of their samples and cuffs.
Yesterday was my first Rivet Pendant workshop and it went pretty well (See, I refrained from saying “smashing.”) I do probably need to make it a little bit longer, but everyone was able to finish at least one pendant. Interestingly, only the guys actually put theirs on the cord during class…
There were a fair number of people there with prior metalwork experience, so they all decided to draw their own patterns, getting pretty crazy at times. It was really neat to see all the different versions of the same project. Hopefully, I’ll be able to offer this class again sometime. (Hint, hint, if you know of a place that might like to offer it, hook us up)
PS – My next workshop is the Sinking a Bowl workshop in conjunction with the 2012 Super “Bowl” Challenge on January 28-29th, 2012 at Millersville University.
I thought that everyone could use some cuteness today!
Also, my super secret bowl project is now official. I have a Sinking a Bowl workshop scheduled for January 28-29, 2012 at Millersville University through the PA Guild of Craftsmen. This will get you all set for the 2012 Super Bowl Challenge!
Speaking of which…I better get new info and a 2012 graphic up for the SBC!