The Jewelry Making Class at FHS this year, will look a little different, but thanks to generous donations from the community, each student will have their own tools and materials to work with throughout the semester, to keep them safe and creating during Covid, whether they are working in class, or from home.
This semester students will focus on beaded bracelets, seed bead work, bead looms, polymer clay, shrink plastic, and more, time permitting.
Past class projects have included Valentine's Day pins which were donated to the families at The Ronald McDonald House and holiday ornaments which were sold at BottomsUp Coffee to raise funds for the non-profits they support.
Make from Home Jewelry Tutorials
Mrs. Morris has a degree in jewelry design and a Masters in Fine and Decorative Arts. She worked for many years in the Jewelry Department at Sotheby’s in London before turning her focus to textiles. In 2013 she founded The Lesser Bear, a socially conscious textile company, using natural dyes to create silk ribbon and table linens for weddings and special events.
This is Kate's 5th year teaching Jewelry Making to high school students at FPA and FHS.
Feel free to contact me with any question you may have about the program or any opportunities you have in mind for our students.
Phone: 614.427.1012 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org