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Liz Bucheit

Lanesboro, MN
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Liz is owner of Crown Trout Jewelers in Lanesboro, Minnesota and has been a goldsmith for over 30 years. She holds a Master's degree in metalworking and jewelry from the University of Iowa, Iowa City and has trained in traditional jewelry and metalworking techniques both in Ireland and Norway. Liz has been awarded grants from the Minnesota State Arts Board, Sons of Norway, and the SE Minnesota Arts Council. Known for her Scandinavian-inspired bridal crown and wedding jewelry, Liz was recently awarded a MN State Arts Board Folk and Traditional Grant to complete her "Ibsen Adorned" filigree jewelry collection. 

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Current Courses Offered by Liz Bucheit

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Teaser image for Saami-Inspired Friendship Bracelet

Saami-Inspired Friendship Bracelet

The serene and dramatic landscape of northern Scandinavia is the land of the midnight sun, the northern lights and the Saami, a nomadic tribal group that follows the migration of the reindeer. Traditional Saami adornment incorporated elements of their northern landscape – softened reindeer leather and sculpted antler. In this…
Fri, May 25th, 2018
Instructor: Liz Bucheit
Sat, Jul 14th, 2018
Instructor: Liz Bucheit
Fri, Sep 21st, 2018
Instructor: Liz Bucheit
1 Day
Teaser image for Saami-Inspired Friendship Bracelet: Continuation

Saami-Inspired Friendship Bracelet: Continuation

Expand on your Saami bracelet skills! In this class we will create a wide multi braided bracelet with a variety of intricate braids and coils using traditional spooled pewter coil. If you loved the single braid style of the Saami bracelet class and want to experiment with different braiding combinations…
Sat, May 26th, 2018
Instructor: Liz Bucheit
1 Day
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Viking "Knit" Chain Bracelet

Come explore the ancient tradition of chain making! You’ll use “Viking Knitting,” a centuries-old looping technique, to create a beautiful silver bracelet with a variety of unusual clasps. Historically, this unique method of weaving resembles “nalbinding” knitting and was used to fabricate everything from sweaters to netting for catching fish!…
Fri, Jul 13th, 2018
Instructor: Liz Bucheit
Sat, Sep 22nd, 2018
Instructor: Liz Bucheit