2015 Tucson Jewelry Classes at JOGS

By on January 9, 2015
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by Judy Ellis, Wire-Sculpture.com

Wire Jewelry Resource Tip January 9, 2015

NEW Instructors at JOGS

Many of you take a few days every year and visit a little Jewelry show in Tucson called JOGS!

This year, our sister company JewelryTools.com  has a great line up – and we’ve recently added 3 additional Instructors to our already, amazing group of teachers. If you haven’t had a chance to go to Tucson and take a class, maybe this year is your year!

Check out these classes in Tucson - save when you register now!

Mark Your Calendar for January 29 – February 9, 2015

We’ve added three ADDITIONAL Instructors – Click Here to see our FULL line up!

 You may register for as many classes as you would like all on the same order. Save NOW with the following promo codes!

Take a look at some of the AMAZING projects by our instructors.

Annette Kinslow

It’s that time: time to plan your trip to Tucson to take classes from some of your favorite jewelry instructors you’ve seen online & in magazines!

Choose from 20 jewelry instructors at the JOGS International Gem & Jewelry Show at the Tucson Expo Center in Tucson, Arizona, January 29 – February 9. This indoor show will be packed with exhibitors and booths – but you’ll have lots of space to learn and socialize in our spacious Jewelry Classes area.

Choose from full & half day classes with Eva Sherman, Marilyn Gardiner, Albina Manning, and many more! Plus, with classes starting at just $119 and many kits from $10-30, you’ll get a huge amount of jewelry techniques and skills for your buck.

View Our Instructor’s Online

Albina Manning

Annette Kinslow

Brenda Branson

Carrie Story

Cindy Goldrick

Cooky Schock

Donna Lewis

Eva Sherman

Joe Korth

Kim St. Jean

Linda Larsen

Marilyn Gardiner

Sara LaGrand

Jackie Truty

Janet Alexander

Interested in more than 6 classes? Give us a call! 1-866 453-6147

See you in Tucson!

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    January 9, 2015 at 11:29 am

    I recently was shopping at a rock shop and bought stones in a coil wrapped around a stone and was wondering what the correct name of that item also where could a person buy them?