In Our Jewelry Making Workshops
Every participant will get the opportunity to...
Learn about our sustainable materials & process
The Hathorway team will spend a few minutes to talk about our eco-conscious materials and process. We will share the what, the how, the why — what they are made of, how it's made, and why we selected it to educate participants on sustainability and mindfulness in design.
Hand-select your own
pieces & materials
Because we use natural and handmade materials like ethically-sourced buffalo horns, handwoven rattan and mulberry silk, all of our pieces are exquisitely unique. Each participant will get the opportunity to pick the pieces that calls their names and create something truly one-of-a-kind.
Design & build your own Hathorway piece
We'll walk around to help each participant design and build their own Hathorway jewelry piece whether it's a necklace, a pair of earrings, or a bracelet. We will provide guidance and feedback to help each participants create something that they will be proud of.
A little more about our workshops
- Participants are not required to bring anything (except their excitement and can-do attitude)
- All materials and tools are provided by Hathorway
- Participants will receive an instruction pamphlet and a branded cotton pouch to store their creation
- Our workshops are suited for all level makers—from beginner to advanced.
- Our workshops are not just for women. In the past, we've had men make their accessories for themselves or make something for their significant others
People can't get enough
“The team is all rocking their new pieces. They’re still talking about how wonderful the event was and how kind & helpful the Hathorway team was!”
“This was seriously so much fun! Cannot wait to do it again. We are ready anytime!!!!”
“Such a cool workshop by Hathorway. I loved everything, down to the personalized name tags. Would definitely do it again!”
“I went to Hathorway's first jewelry making workshop and it was so much fun. I walked away with two earrings that I made myself.”