How this works
- Sign up for the the class online below
- We’ll forward your payment voucher to the designer.
- The designer will e-mail you two pieces of information:
how to purchase your kit, and how to access the live online class via Zoom.
- After you purchase your kit, the designer will send you your kit and the printed instructions in the mail.
Create two stunning necklaces with JAY PARAMESH on Zoom with tons of colorway options
Our classes fill up quickly, so don’t delay if you’d like to sign up for any of the following classes with our fabulous instructors!
You can reserve your seat by filling out the PayPal form listed under each class; when you click on the “Pay Now” button, you’ll be able to pay for the class with either your credit card or your PayPal account. (A PayPal account is not required to complete payment if you’re paying by credit card, but you do need to access the payment page via PayPal by clicking on the “Pay Now” button below each class.)
If you have any questions about our upcoming classes or if you would like to pay by check, please contact Michele Lane, our Class Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your PayPal confirmation email is your confirmation that you are enrolled in the class.
When you sign up for classes, be sure to note the date of the class on your calendar as we will not be sending out a separate confirmation email. About a week or so before class, however, Susan will email a class supply list to everyone who has signed up for the class, along with information about the class location. Please note, too, that you must arrange for your own transportation to the classes, which will be at the Lawrence Family Jewish Community Center.
For any non-members, please note that for just $25 a year (the cost difference between our member and non-member class fees), you can join our wonderful organization and enjoy many other member benefits!
Additionally, the class patterns from our classes are for your personal use only. Please respect the intellectual property of our guest artists by not sharing, selling, or teaching the patterns you receive from the classes you take.