Make this bracelet by taking a chainmaille class.
Painted silk scarf--come take  class to learn this technique. 
48 S. Robson
Ste 102
Learn how to enamel a beautiful pendant like ths one.
Learn how to work with PMC and dichroic glass.

48 S Robson, Suite 102, Mesa AZ 85210

Gallery Schedule:
Tuesday thru Saturday, 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Check out our classes for the Fall. Click on the classes tab above and see what we have to offer. Classes can be scheduled according to your schedule. Just give us a call. Mary-602-321-1117

Evolution of  Twisted Sisters' Designs:  



Established 2007

The "Sisters" were creating a twisted wire bracelet, AND drinking a little wine, when one person declared, as she was trying to untangle her wire, "We're just very twisted", thus we became the twisted sisters and the three of us established a partnership and have been going strong ever since, creating unique and one-of-a-kind designs.

Our Studio 

Originally built as a blacksmith shop in 1911, this adobe building in historic downtown Mesa is now home to our working studio and gallery. Come visit us and peruse our original designs. 

We hope to see you soon!


The copper domed focal disc has been enameled first; then a portion of a love letter was set inside and resin poured over to magnify the letter.  The necklace part is typewriter parts riveted together, combined with beads and silk ribbon.
 This bangle bracelet is made from copper refrigerator tubing.  A piece of 14 gauge wire has been threaded through it and then all of it is hammered flat.  More wire has been used to decorate it with spirals.
 The focal part of this bracelet is copper that has been fold formed. This means that the flat copper is folded over, hammered flat, annealed and then opened up, forming the crease. This process has been done several time to make the different shapes.  The bracelet is European 4-in-1 chainmaille, sterling silver.