Wire Weaving Jewellery
Create your own unique piece of jewellry!


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$ Multi-class Credit

Take 3 KAN classes in the same year and receive a $15 credit toward a future KAN class, or toward a 1-year KAN membership fee. Offer not available to Life Drawing sessions.

Cancellation Policy

With 7 days notice, we will offer a credit or refund. With less than 7 days but at least 48 hours notice, we will offer a credit. Otherwise, no refund or credit will be given, including if a student does not attend. We thank you for your continued support and cooperation.

Gov't Protocols

KAN will be following protocols regarding COVID-19 that are in place at the time this class occurs.

Creating your own unique piece of jewellery can bring with it a sense of pride each time you wear it. Marilyn Olivia Clayton creates stunning jewellery and this is an opportunity to learn from her. You will go home with a beautiful bracelet made of woven wire.

In this class you will learn the basics of wrapping and weaving your own wire as well as applying beads or stones to suit your taste. You will learn how to make simple hinge and hook and eye closures. The pliers Marilyn supplies as part of your materials kit are small and specific to working with jewellery. You’ll learn how to use them so you can make more wire woven pieces, as you’ll take home any wire you don’t use in class.


Level: No experience required
Maximum size: 8
Available seats: 2
We do accept names for a waiting list.


Materials fee: $40 includes:

  • set of 3 pliers – needle nose, nippers (wire cutters), and round nose
  • 2 spools of wire
  • Parawire kraft wire – choice of silver, copper, or gold
  • 1 spool of 20g (10 yards) for making the base and frame of your bracelet
  • 1 spool of 28g (40 yards) for weaving
  • approximately eight 8mm beads depending on the length of your bracelet (a variety of colours will be available to choose from)
  • You will have plenty of wire left over to make other jewellry pieces
Artists: Marilyn Olivia Clayton
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