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Spin It Rings - Private Workshop

Dates: July 29 - August 29, 2021

Meets: Flexible Dates Private Class time TBD with Instructor

Location: Joe's Garage Jewelry Studio

Registration Fee: $55.00

There are 3 openings remaining at this time.


Spin it any way you like, right on your finger! This is one of the first projects from JOE’S Garage, and has remained one of the most popular. Choose to wave or dapple your sterling silver spinner over a copper shank. Learn soldering, and work with essential metal forming tools. After registering, Natalie will contact you to arrange your private two hour class (for up to two students) at a mutually agreed date and time. Class includes all materials and finished ring!

Fee: $55.00

Fee Breakdown

Course Fee (Basic)Registration Fee$ 55.00
Course Fee (Alternate)Registration Fee for Two$ 110.00

Joe's Garage Jewelry Studio

Joe's Garage Jewelry Studio
2900 S Walts Avenue
Sioux Falls, SD


Natalie Sorenson

It's time to run with scissors! Sioux Falls Community Ed is the best place to float your boat and fill your creative cup! There are so many ways to design. If you love color, texture, and enjoy the medium and the tools, you will likely blossom as you build your art! As a Jewelry Designer, Fashion Design graduate, Digital Artist, and the past ACE Knitting Lady, my focus may not be clear... I love to create, and I want you to love it too! JOE'S Garage is my studio where I have been creating JoeBobLeigh Jewelry since 2006, and have taught metals classes since 2012. Most of my classes involve torch work, like silver soldering, torch fired PMC (Precious Metal Clay), and enameling. During the colder months I also teach Brain to Brush beginning Painting, Circuit Sewing, and Lovikka Knitted Mittens. New this summer will be two Youth Classes: Bradlea Paper Dolls, and Kids Metals Camp. And finally, a personal interest in unconventional travel prompted me to teach an Airbnb Curiosity Class. -I just can't keep it in! I have lived in Sioux Falls since 1990 with my husband, where we raised our 3 daughters. Running with scissors is a metaphor for fearlessly creating!


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