This class requires the use of LEGO bricks. You may use existing bricks that you have in your house, or buy bricks from LEGO, eBay, Brick Link, etc.
Buying a Kit
As a service to you, we are temporarily offering the option to buy a curated custom LEGO kit directly from our existing class inventory. We will send you a kit of gently-used bricks that we have been using in our in-person classes.
If you do not wish to buy a kit, simply collect bricks from your home, with a focus on collecting non-decorative parts. After registration, we will send you link regarding how to best-prepare for class which includes how to best prepare your existing LEGO supplies .
The kit we would send you would look like this (colors and quantity will vary slightly). (Each link opens a new BrickLink.com tab).
Buying curate kit
When you register for a class, you’ll be given an option to add on a kit to your registration fee. Simply check the box and we’ll send you the kit.
Procuring your own kit
People might find it cheaper, or more fun, to pull together their own kit. The list above shows the recommended number and type of bricks, but you can adjust quantities and types to fit any budget and availability.
Note: Please avoid buying translucent bricks as they have a non-standard clutch which makes them unsuitable for complex structures.
Preparing your own kit
You can, of course, use the brick you already have lying around the house. To assembly your own kit, start by separating bricks into like-piles.
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