Fiber Jewelry Workshop

Learn how to make different types of fiber earrings in this workshop in Brooklyn!

3 hours Class size 1 to 10     label $60

Make a statement with your jewelry by learning how to make fiber-based creations in this weaving workshop in NYC! In this craft class, you will learn how to make pom-pom earrings, macrame feather earrings, and rainbow earrings. These skills can also be applied to other forms of jewelry as well, so your jewelry-making journey doesn't have to stop when class is over!

Your ticket includes all of the materials for jewelry making, at least one pair of earrings to wear or give as a gift, and a fun afternoon with friends and neighbors!

This is a creative way to spend an afternoon in NYC. Learn a few new skills that will take your crafting skills to the next level and finish with one-of-a-kind handmade earrings that will surely turn heads!

Knowledge required
None, beginner friendly!
What you'll get
Earring wires are needed for each pair of earrings, as well as yarn and supplies to make the various types of earrings.
What to bring
Any inspiration you have.

Brooklyn Artery, Cortelyou Road, Brooklyn, NY

This venue is a short walk from Cortelyou Rd station (1400 feet).

Fiber Jewelry Workshop location
Your teacher

Jessie Kritt White is a Brooklyn-based fiber artist and teacher with a deep passion for crafting and a strong commitment to building community through the arts. With over seven years of experience in weaving, crochet, macrame, and indigo dyeing, she brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to her work.

As a skilled and inspiring teacher, Jessie is dedicated to creating a welcoming and inclusive environment where students can explore their creativity and develop their skills. She is especially passionate about bringing people together through crafting, and has hosted numerous craft circles and workshops that have brought joy and connection to the community.

Jessie's work is characterized by a love of color, texture, and pattern, and a commitment to using sustainable and eco-friendly materials whenever possible. She is deeply inspired by the natural world and the rich history and cultural significance of fiber arts, and her creations are a reflection of her deep connection to these sources of inspiration.

To see more of Jessie's work, please visit her Instagram page @the.weekend.weaver, where she shares her latest projects and updates on upcoming workshops and events.

More about this class

This class is new, and is covered by ClassBento's money-back guarantee.

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