Chainmaille. Ah, how I love chainmaille. Basic wire becomes a sheet of fabric (that is where the 'maille' part comes in) that protects one in battle, designates status in office, or simply serves as a fashion statement. It is helpful if you know how to open and close jump rings, but if not, we can show you how. We will start by showing you a basic 2-in-2 weave in copper, and will provide you with a clasp and enough copper to finish your bracelet at home if you run out of time. Did I mention there are literally thousands of chainmaille weaves out there?
The cost of this class includes two hours of studio time with basic instruction, as well as materials.
You can pre-pay for this class by clicking 'purchase' below and then filling out the required information in the popup window.
If you would rather pay at the time of the class, just fill out the form below and click ‘submit’. You can then pay via cash, check, or credit/debit card any time before class begins.
Teachers working for a school in the Regional Office of Education, District #40 can register with the ROE and they will cover your class fees and award you Continuing Professional Development Units (CPDUs) for taking this class. After filling our The MAC's class registration and indicating that you are a teacher in ROE40, you will need to also register with ROE by following this link to their calendar of events.