Celtic Knots in Metal Clay
Join one of CRAFTCAST's favorite metal clay teachers, Donna Penoyer, and learn how to weave flexible metal clay to create Celtic knot jewelry.
See how to break down a knot image into simple parts that can be made separately, then woven together.
You'll love Donna's tricks for making parts by hand, as well as by cutting them with a Silhouette Curio.
Then see close-up how Donna weaves the metal clay to create a continuous knot design.
**BONUS** Also learn to create a "faux weave" using the Silhouette cutting machines.
Ms. P shows her tips for sanding, firing and finishing that will give your piece a professional look.
Don’t miss this special presentation.
- breaking down a knot image into simple, overlapping parts
- creating identical knot components by hand
- creating continuous knot designs
- other relief-technique possibilities
- firing and finishing
- basic Silhouette Software
- cutting elements with a Curio
- PMC Flex and other flexible metal clays
- matching metal clay slip (thick)
- basic metal clay tools
- very fine round brush
- thick acrylic snake roller
- work surface
- thickness frames or playing cards
- clear tape
- thin, clear plastic (recycled packaging)
- olive oil or other release agent
- shallow texture plates (optional)
- slicing blade or craft knife
- plastic straws or brass tubes
- sandpaper/sanding sponges (approx. 280- and 400-grit)
Included in your purchase is the FULL recording of the entire LIVE class to watch over and over again, plus a PDF with notes and online resources.
Please note: PDF is not a stand-alone instructional booklet.