Jewellery making

Jewellery making

Department: Fashion Design

Year/Semester:2nd year/  III Semester,                            3rd year/ V Semester

Activity: ‘Jewellery making’

Date and Duration: 26/8/2021 to 28/8/2021

Title: “Jewellery making”

Resource Person: Ms. Shalini Pandey & Dr Sarita  Hooda

Brief description/ Remarks:

      The department of Fashion Design had organized an activity of ‘Jewellery making’ for students of the II &III year. This activity was held in the Fashion Design Department lab from 26th to 28th August 2021.

          Jewellery designing is an art of designing, by which we can create different innovative jewellery. The art has taken many forms throughout the centuries, from the simple bead work of ancient time to the sophisticated metalworking and gem cutting is known in the modern day. Jewellery designers work with precious metals, diamonds, beads and gemstones to create wearable pieces of art. A Jewellery designer may create one-of-a-kind pieces for high-end jewelers or an entire line for a mass-market fashion designer.

        Students got an opportunity to get to know and create innovative Jewellery of different materials like beads, waste fabric, different threads, rhinestone and art forms. Sometimes even clay or Shilpkar/molders were used other than beads, gold, silver, paper and other objects.

         All students made different creative Jewellery using Shilpkar/molders, silk & wool threads, beads & rhinestones, waste fabric and finished it using different surface ornamentation techniques. In this workshop total 13 students took part and came out with interesting designs. Among which some of the student’s work was selected to display on the display board (Fashion design department).


  • Acquired basic knowledge of using waste material for Jewellery making and understanding the whole concepts of Jewellery designing.
  • By developing complete Jewellery they understood how to create other innovative Jewellery using different designing techniques.
  • Developed the skills for illustrating the shape, form, and texture of metal work using drafting tools.
  • To render Jewellery designs using drafting tools for display as a participant in the final class design exhibition.
  • Students understood how to create a portfolio of class projects and custom designs that is ready for presentation to potential clients and employers.
  • Students really enjoyed this activity.

No. of participants:13

Prepared by: Fashion Design Department, Mandsaur University.

Verified and Submitted by (HOD/HOI): Dr. Sarita  Hooda