Hattie Weselyk Studio is located at the artist's residence in historic Unionville, Pennsylvania. Open for scheduled classes and by appointment only.
Get the ladies together and create something beautiful! A fun night filled with laughter, wine and a hammer! Workshops are held at local artist, Hattie Weselyk's Unionville farmhouse jewelry studio. No experience necessary. Come alone or bring your friends! Must be 21 years of age or older. New projects each workshop! All materials, tools and a delicious spread of hors d'oeuvres provided.
Next Ladies Night Workshop
'It's a Mystery'
March 3, 2018.
7-9pm / $59 per person
Nope. We aren't sharing the project. Just know it's new and fun!
Doors open at 6:30pm for pre party mingle.
Class project runs for 2 hours but guests are invited to stay for as long as they wish.
Get your friends together and have your own private jewelry workshop hosted by Hattie! A full spread of cheeses and finger foods will be served. Tailor your project and your date! Great for birthdays, bridal parties or just a great way to get the ladies together! $59/person for a two hour project.
Limit to 12 seats with a 6 person minimum. Must be 18 years of age.
Email email@example.com to reserve your special date!
Water, coffee and tea as well as drinking glasses will be provided. Projects are scheduled to take 2 hours but you may stay for as long as you wish afterwards.
Hattie Weselyk Studio is located on the second floor and is not wheelchair accessible. All guests will be asked to sign a liability waiver upon arrival and before beginning their projects.
Hattie Weselyk Studio
113 Lutece Circle
Kennett Square, PA 19348
Our beautiful new gallery case at Hattie Weselyk Studio is filled with Hattie's most popular designs as well as special one-of-a-kind pieces for those looking for something extra special. Open during workshops and weekdays by appointment.
Going on our 4th year Hattie hosts a two-hour open studio format class each week for individuals who wish to develop their skills at metalsmithing and jewelry design. Express your creativity through individual projects you choose to work on. This is for the serious student looking to lthe fundamentals of metal jewelry making. With regular attendance guests will be introduced and practice many of the various techniques of traditional metalsmithing. Such techniques include using the jewelers saw, foldforming, basic forging, soldering and more. Hattie will get you started with beginner projects if you are new to metal jewelry and wish to learn but don't know where to begin. You can come each week or whenever you can make it and pick up where you left off.
This is a beginner/intermediate class but all levels are welcome. Hope to see you in the studio!
Saturdays 9- 11 am
Classes are ongoing.
$40 per 2 hour class. Discount packages available
Tools and non-precious metals such as copper, bronze and brass will be provided and are included in class fee. Feel free to bring your own fun materials from home to use in your creations!
If you wish to work in sterling silver you may purchase materials separately through Hattie.
No class on 1/27 & 2/17
Come explore the art of precious metal clay and create your own silver jewelry inspired by botanical finds. In this two-part series, you'll press flowers and leaves into metal clay, which will then be kiln-fired to create 99.9% pure silver jewelry. Each student will leave with their own custom designed pendant and pair of earrings.
Dates coming soon..
$115/ person - clay and tools provided
coffee, tea & water provided.
"What a wonderful experience! I signed up for Hattie's ladies' night session expecting to make a neat project and spend time with some fun ladies - I got so much more! I entered Hattie's studio space by going up a set of stairs with cascading twinkling lights and then was warmly greeted by Hattie and her husband. The second-floor studio is artfully decorated, spacious and inviting with plenty of room for a group to move about comfortably. The two large tables in the room were neatly set up with all the tools and materials we would need to create a hammered metal pendant necklace and a pair of twisted and hammered metal spiral dangle earrings. Hattie had set up a colorful spread of delicious finger foods on side tables and there were plenty of glasses for everyone to enjoy the wine that they had brought. Hattie was so welcoming to the group as she explained our projects and showed us examples of what we could expect to create. She and her assistant, Beth, expertly guided us through the steps we would take to create our unique pieces of art and soon hammers were moving and the room was filled with laughter and the noise of metal hitting metal as we shaped and textured our pieces. Hattie and Beth were happy to offer advice as we saw our jewelry making skills evolving and our creativity flowing. It was fascinating to watch how each woman created something slightly different from the same materials and techniques - I think we were all impressed with what we could do, whether we had some experience with metalcraft or not. I finished the evening feeling like I had learned some fantastic new skills, cultivated a new appreciation for Hattie's artistry, made some new friends and created some beautiful jewelry that I am so proud to wear. If you are thinking of trying one of Hattie's classes - DO IT! What a unique and fun way to celebrate a birthday, bachelorette or wedding shower, an anniversary or just the fun of having a Saturday night out with friends old and new. I'm looking forward to the next one! "
~ Heather O'Donnell, PA