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Wired work crown structures and sculptures - LHW2020
Level: All levels
Thursday 16th April 2020.
From 9.30am to 4.30pm (7 hours) at All Saints House, 83 Margaret’s Street, London W1 8JG.
By creating wire work crown sculptures and draping with fabric you can create a fantastic, regal headdresses without the need for a block.
Author of Tiara Headdresses, Denise will show you her unique techniques in constructing wire frames for crown headdresses. Whether garnered with ribbon, silk abaca, pinok pok or adorned with decorative spikes or feathers she will teach you how to turn the stunning structures you create into elaborately fabulous sculptures to fit your head and turn many others.
This class is limited to 8 students to ensure that you get sufficient teaching and 1-2-1 support.
- Learn which wires to use
- Learn how to cover the wire and make a neat finish
- Learn how to attach to a headband
- Learn how to decorate it
Students will come away with:
- A wire framed crown construction
- The knowledge to make a wire frame and decorate
- The notes to follow the steps again
Students will need to bring their own lunch for the short lunchbreak as well as:
- A cyclist’s head lamp (explained in joining details)
- Jewellery wire cutters
- Round nose pliers
- Flat nosed Teflon/nylon pliers
- Tape measure
- Craft scissors suitable for cutting wire
- Polystyrene dolly head
Please note: All bookings on this course are non-refundable.
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