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In This Vol-008:
Color Recipes:

1A. Deep Pine Forest
2A. Craggy Mountain
3A. Winter Sky
4A. Snow Banks

Video Topics:

1. Pasta Machine (**note)
2. Fossil Shell Beads
3. Cupped Cane Beads
4. Felt Buffing Wheel

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Customer Reviews…

  • I really appreciate the inclusion of the color palette samples against the picture so that we can see the color against the source of inspiration for it. Hope you will make this a feature from now on. Really makes it more informative and inspiring for us to try our hand at it. ~MJ
  • Can you say MUD!! I have had my fair share of mixing the wrong colors together. I have never had a course in color theory and learned pretty quickly that is is difficult to always get the desired result. But thanks to your color recipes I’m doing a lot better now! ~Katina-K
  • Thank you so much for this! I know I have needed to clean the machine for so long but I was clueless! You wonderful woman! It has been my pleasure to get to know you. ~Shannon
    **Note: The advise provided in the Vol-008-1 Pasta Machine Cleaning Video only applies if you have an older model Amaco 7 setting pasta machine. Many pasta machines these days are not meant to be dismantled for cleaning purposes… and you will wreck them if you try.
  • Nasty streaks in your Skinner Blends!! Very cute, Cindy!!! Just don’t try to put your streaked skinner blends in the washing machine!!! LOL!!! Thanks, Cindy. I think I’ll clean my pasta machine on a day when I am feeling quite peaceful and not at all irritated so I put it back together correctly! You made the mystery of the pasta machine seem like a fairly easy task, thanks much! Hugs to you. ~Cindy-E
  • Thank you so much for the video on taking my pasta machine apart and cleaning it. I’ve been working with polymer clay for a few months and was going to go out and buy a couple of spares, not now. ~Paul
  • Thanks this was very helpful. I have heard people say tiny important pieces to the Pasta Machine going everywhere when they have tried to open up their PM’s so I was reluctant to even think about opening mine up. Your video really put those fears at ease. I not only opened and cleaned my current Pasta Machine, but opened my first PM that had stopped working smoothly and thought it was a lost… was able to fix the first PM just find that inside some of the nuts had become loose and just needed to be re tightened so the gears would line up correctly. Big help thanks. ~Patricia-C
  • I would NEVER have tried to clean my pasta machine without having watched your video, even though I have a different model than yours. Thanks a million Cindy. ~Ken
    **Note: The advise provided in the Vol-008-1 Pasta Machine Cleaning Video only applies if you have an older model Amaco 7 setting pasta machine. Many pasta machines these days are not meant to be dismantled for cleaning purposes… and you will wreck them if you try.
  • These look great!  I come across the fossils at the GEM shows but they are so expensive to buy, so to learn to make little replicas is fantastic.  They are also a nice focal bead to add to your earth tone style beads. Thanks. ~Lupe
  • Cindy, I love the stylized version of the ammonite shell. I have a few pieces with the real fossils, but will love to make some like these. I think they look great with all sorts of metals. Thanks for your terrific instructions on so many wonderful techniques. ~Rita
  • Cindy – Polymer clay continuously fascinates me. Just when you think there is nothing new to see, a new technique, ever beautiful, comes along. Thanks for keeping the excitement going!” [She is referring to the Cupped Cane Slice Beads]. ~Maria
  • Thank you so much cindy. I’m really impressed with your quick answer, and you cared enough help me understand what to do. Bless you. ~Sandy
  • Thanks so much for your tutorial on making your own felt buffing wheel for the Dremel. I am amazed how pretty my beads have turned out since using the Dremel and look forward to making my own buffing pads. ~Diana
  • Cindy, thanks for the tip… bought some of the cheaper craft felt last night (.25/sheet) and will try building this today or tomorrow. I am glad I joined your pay site for the tutorials, cannot beat the price for the amount of info you offer. Regards. ~Rob
  • Dear Cindy, This video for buffing it’s fantastic, very useful. ~Amada
  • Thanks Cindy, I appreciate all your work and effort to offer us an amazing apprentice library, I’m a clay passionate and your work makes me so exited to continue my researches in getting the necessary knowledgment. Thanks once more and keep up your very helpful and amazing work, we all need it. ~Maria
  • I have finished 3 necklaces and I could not have done it without your help. My friend who got me started does not sand or buff and she was amazed when I told her you’re suppose to. Very few of the “how to” books mention sanding or buffing either. Again thank you. ~Marlowe
  • Now that I have my brand-new pasta machine, I’ll be able to do more. The old one was ancient and when I took it apart to clean, thanks to instructions in your library, I found it to be all rusted inside. What a mess!~Linda
  • Hurray! Thanks to purchasing Cindy’s video on how to clean a pasta machine, I finally was able to take off the fins and put the darn thing back together. Again Cindy, you make everything so much easier with your tutorials. I am a happy camper right now. ~DixieAnn-S
  • I agree with you on how helpful that particular tutorial really was Dixie! I had owned and used my Atlas Pasta machine for over 15 years and never cleaned it! I was scared to death to even try. And all the other instructions I found elsewhere were so long and complicated I decided to just live with the streaks. :(  But then I saw Cindy’s tutorial and it looked so simple I finally decided to give it a go. And tada! Nice clean pasta machine! Hurray for us and hip hip hurray for Cindy! Now I clean it once a week or so and bye bye streaks! ~Jamie-H
  • A nail – GENIUS!!! I just bought a Dremel a couple weeks ago for projects around the house. I’m soooo gonna do this. Thanks Cindy!!! ~Wendy-H

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Thanks this was very helpful. I have heard people say tiny important pieces to the Pasta Machine going everywhere when they have tried to open up their PM’s so I was reluctant to even think about opening mine up. Your video really put those fears at ease. I not only opened and cleaned my current Pasta Machine, but opened my first PM that had stopped working smoothly and thought it was a lost… was able to fix the first PM just find that inside some of the nuts had become loose and just needed to be re tightened so the gears would line up correctly. Big help thanks