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As the sole proprietor of Jewelry Creations by Sabrina, I began making wire jewelry after seeing an advertisement for a discounted class with Twists N Turns on Living Social and Groupon; I signed up for three classes and fell in love.

My instructor, Ronda Stevens, made the classes very interesting. We started with the basics, which meant simply wire wrapping crystals and beads and soldering silver. This ultimately lead to more advanced and challenging techniques in wire wrapping, weaving, hammering, soldering, etc. 


With piqued interest, I attended my first bead retreat in 2016. The Great Bead Retreat 2016 began my education and love of kumihimo, bead works, and creating my own cabochons. 2017’s retreat found me immersed in chain maille, precious metal clay, working with silk, learning new skills for kumihimo, and doing more advanced work with metal jewelry. I've continued attending the retreats every year since 2016 and it continues to get better both in the things that I learn and the people that I meet, as well as the challenges that I face with the classes and new skills that I get to develop while there.


I love jewelry making so much that I continue taking beadwork classes from Kim plus classes from Ronda and her husband Ed thereby continuously challenging myself and increasing my skills for wire wrapping, weaving, soldering, hammering techniques, cabbing, and designing custom pieces. 

In days gone by I had also taken classes from Peggy Ward and her associates at the Bead Chick of St. Augustine,

Florida for further mastery of my skills and whenever I travel I look for new methods in jewelry making. I even 

learned new techniques for pearl knotting and creating a wire web while vacationing in Honolulu, Hawaii.

I also completed the New York Institute of Art and Design’s 

Jewelry Design: Beading & Wire Working program in 2018.

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