Learn to Make Infinity Rings using Metal Clay

Instructor Bio: 
62 minutes

Join me Alison Lee, and international, award winning metal clay artist, Tracey Spurgin, and learn how to create these beautiful Infinity Rings with a cabochon setting using metal clay.

Tracey will show you step-by-step how to create this hollow form Infinity ring with a bold design that has an industrial style yet can be softened with a delicate focal cabochon stone setting.

Learn Ms. Spurgin’s tips and techniques to form the seamless hollow ring band that has a trillion shaped shank. This makes for a surprisingly comfortable fit.

Pick your favorite cabochon to feature and see how easy it is to set and then complete the look by adding tiny faux rivets. 

Get ready to make lots of these beauties!

Don’t miss this special presentation.

Watch again and again, and included is a PDF filled with photos, notes and all the resource links you need to get started.

Covered In This Class: 
  • Measuring and cutting metal clay
  • Sizing how-to’s
  • Firing times and temperatures
  • Creating a hollow shape
  • Making a seamless ring band with a trillion shaped shank
  • Adding “faux” rivets
  • Setting cabochon stones
Materials Used In This Class: 
  • Art Clay silver or PMC
  • 1 Art clay paste
  • 4 mm flat back cabochon
  • 4mm fine silver Bezel cup
  • Basic Metal clay tool kit: Work surface, Roller, Spacers or cards,Tissue blade, Needle tool, Badger balm
  • Rubber tip tool
  • Water brush
  • Craft knife
  • Pointed tweezers
  • Rubber block
  • Sanding grits
  • Files
  • 5mm strip cutters
  • Bezel pusher
  • Cling wrap
  • Pencil
  • Graph paper
  • Tracing paper
  • Trillion stencil

Included with the video download, a PDF filled with photos, notes and all the resources you need to get started.

Join the discussion!

Hi is a torch required or is a kiln needed for this class?

Hi Jill, You can do both. It always depends on how big the project is and how much clay was used. Hope that helps.