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In This Vol-032:
Color Recipes:

1A. Pastel Cornice
2A. Calico Rose
3A. Silk Curtains
4A. Blue Sash

Video Topics:

1. Polymerized Cloth
2. Faux Knitting PC
3. Poly Fabric Rose
4. Shaded Rose Cane

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  • The building’s colors are wonderful. I can see why you chose such muted colors. (They kind of give me the feeling of warm breezes through the open windows, and curtains flowing.) ~Koolbraider
  • What lovely soft palette. It is a stretch for me – I like vibrant colors. Now I will  have to find just the right project!  It is GOOD to stretch. ~Patt-W
  • My favorite colors are the pastels, and love how you have included all of them into one palette. I agree with all others, you two are the BEST! ~Marlene-C
  • I guess one of the best compliments I can offer the Lietz team is that I am looking at the colors in the world with more attention and appreciation for what I had always taken for granted. This is a beautiful palette. That Doug saw these soft shades on the facade of a building makes it more special. That you are able to duplicate them for us, Cindy, is amazing. ~Elizabeth-S
  • Wow! Imagine getting that gorgeous palette of colors from a building. You are a true artist. ~Cherie-H
  • Hi Cindy, lovely pastels in this French Quarter palette. Will be spending my time over the holidays catching up on some of the latest videos, you have given us. A big thank you to you and Doug for a great years work. We are all so blessed to be able to follow you and learn so much from you. A very Happy Holiday to you all. A great Xmas and a big thanks again for a year well done. Loads of love. ~Elizabeth-K
  • Love the colors…so beautiful. I too, like the other posters am amazed at how you can pull these colors out of the pictures…you make it look so easy :) ~Laura-R


  • I was mesmerized with just the photos and preview for this one. The finished pieces look so gossamer-like. ~Elizabeth-S
  • Cindy… something definitely fresh and fun-looking! Great way to start the year! Can hardly wait! I am ready to get started on some new techniques. ~Lupe-M
  • Health experts are always telling seniors (I guess being in my late 70’s qualifies me) to learn new things to keep the brain active. Your tutes are definitely keeping my brain buzzing. A polymer cloth rose – Wow!! ~Fran-R
  • Being a quilter, I also have lots of fabrics to play with. ~Pollyanna
  • These are gorgeous. This technique might open up a whole new avenue for claying!! There are so many potential fabric variations and ways of incorporating them, together with clay and other mixed media projects!! AND I love the idea of using reclaimed items to create something beautiful…this so inspiring Cindy!! ~DJ
  • Hi Cindy – I think this one of the best ‘brainwaves’ you have had!! Thanks and keep the ideas coming!!! ~Sue-P
  • Wow! Fantastic tutorial!! The polymerised fabric rose sounds awesome. ~Cheryl-H
  • WOW again!. As a quilt fabric collector (hoarder), I can SEE lots of possibilities with the polymerized cloth. Used on a canvas with acrylic paint. Mixed media stuff coming out my ears. ~Patt-W
  • Speaking as one who thinks fiber is the absolute in joy (being as I’m a braider!!!) this looks to be an exciting lesson. And there must be almost 10 years of material scraps sitting in my den. ~Koolbraider
  • Oooh!  Although I’ve never been a quilter, I’ve been a fabric hoarder for many years… and I’ve always wished I knew of something to do with those dryer sheets! ~Linda-K
  • OMG I can finally use my fabric scraps.  I have bags of them as I used to make paper mache dolls and my husband is always wanting me to clean up; I keep telling him ‘you never know what you will use it for’ now I can show him the jewelry!!  This is going to be fabulous, they look so beautiful. I have ideas swimming in my head already …. wish I had more time. ~Cheryl-H
  • Well I don’t quilt and I don’t have fabric laying around and I am not a fan of dryer sheets. Hmmmmm. Watch out Mom her comes your favorite daughter. My Mom Quilts Yea and I think she uses dryer sheets to boot. So once again saved by my Mommy. This does look like a GREAT video. I am sure Cindy, you and Doug have a BANG of a year planned for us. Uuuuuuuggggggggs. ~Peggy-B
  • What an amazing idea! Thank you very much :-) ~Isa
  • Wow…so clever!!! Can’t wait to give this a try. Lots of ideas spinning in the ole noggin’. A polycloth rose tute sounds awesome! Can’t wait to see how that turned out. Thanks so much Cindy and Doug! ~Laura-Z
  • A polycloth rose is huge on the WOW scale for me! I don’t use dryer sheets very often, but always have them around in case I forget to add the liquid softener, or to put in drawers to keep things smelling fresh. I’m going to start prepping a bunch of those dryer sheets today so I’ll have them handy and ready to go when I’m ready to clay with them. Most yardage fabric is sold with sizing in it, which is one of the reasons we run it through the wash before we sew with it. I’m wondering if we should wash it before polymerizing it. ~Linda-K
  • Fantastic, sneaked watching this at work today instead of waiting till I got home. Can’t wait to try this, I’m so far behind in trying the techniques it’s no longer funny. I’m certain an idea will “hit” me when I least expect it, like when I’m trying to go to sleep, or something like that, fortunately it’s the weekend, so I can hop up and try it out even in the wee hours of the morning. ~Ken-H
  • Definitely a tute on roses with this technique. I see the fabric rose brooches everywhere. A poly clay one would be perfect, more body to it and all the surface treatments that you could do. Boggles the mind! ~Koolbraider
  • This looks soooo easy! And fun! We have too many dryer sheets!  I find them everywhere!! They will come out of your pant legs, towels, in the sheets! I may find them “fun” now! :)  Fabric Rose sounds cool! I wonder who will be first to post a pic of theirs first? ~Catalina
  • Catalina: Ay-yi-yi, I know what you mean about the dryer sheets. The people I live with — especially my sister’s kids — are terrible about leaving them strewn about. The little suckers get everywhere (the sheets, not the kids, lol! ) I get some back-stretches in each day by picking them up and tossing away. Now, thanks to this tute, I’ll have an even better reason for ‘retrieval’… :)  I can picture all kinds of ideas / possibilities for this ‘poly fabric’, and it’s gonna be fun trying them out. Flowers / roses should be pretty easy with this awesome “new” material. Thank you, Cindy Lietz — you are one creative lady!!! ~Phaedrakat
  • Hi all, Cindy just love the Polymerized Material. I first bought TLS to make some fairy wings a long time ago. That’s how I came to start polymer clay, after that, but did not have much knowledge then, so now that will come in handy. A great way to make pliable wings. A nice technique. ~Elizabeth-K
  • This could end up being one of my favorites – but then I seem to say that about every new tute. ~Fran-R
  • You’ve done it again, Cindy. I have a bunch of wide lace ribbons with very pretty patterns in my “for future use” pile. With your help and this tute, they will move up to the “to be done now” pile. ~Marlene-C
  • You never fail to amaze me I watch your videos with my chin dropped to the floor most of the time. Never a dull moment and most of all you push us to be creative and daring with our own minds. You start the race for us but we have to finish it. Now that is what makes you the #1 Tutor with the #1 Tutorials, then put Doug in the mix with his amazing filming and BAM! THE AWARD GOES TO THE LIETZ TEAM. Cindy and Doug how ever many tutes you have done that is how many times I THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH!!!!!!!! You think they can’t get any better than this and they get better. Hats off to the both of you – many Uuuuuggggs!! ~Peggy-B
  • Quite a mind expanding idea……..wow! ~Pollyanna
  • Oh, I love this!! Dollar Store, here I come today looking for ribbon and other things I can polymerize. I especially love the cone shaped pieces you created with the fabric and can’t wait to try them. Cindy and Doug, you two sure contribute to my happy scale in a big way. Thank you! Thank you! ~Elisabeth-S
  • Think I will wash the heck our of a small LOAD of dry-er sheets. Here I come. What a great idea – who would have thunk it? Only Cindy and Doug. Yeah ~Patt-W
  • I also say WOW! Thanks so much (again) Cindy. This is a lovely technique and (again) so many possibilities. You are a treasure! ~Dawn-B
  • Cindy a belated thank you for taking the time to get information on how to thin the Bake and Bond. I see I will be needing it with the polymerized cloth! Looks like a lot of fun! You have the most amazing ideas! ~Hanne-R
  • I just love this video/tut and the possibilities seem endless. I have been saving my much used dryer sheets for a scrapbooking friend but now she is out of luck ;-) Kudos to the Lietz team. ~Lawrence-S
  • Just love the thought of Polymerized cloth and a new way to use my TLS. ~Elizabeth-K
  • Really glad to see you did this tute. ~Fran-R
  • Fantastic!!! ~Ken-H
  • Cool tute! Thanks, Cindy… your creativity is amazing! I love the look of the singed edges; it’s a great look with certain fabrics (like your gallery necklace.) I was also wondering about the use of decorative scissors on the outside edge… for more “dainty” fabrics and colors. Cindy’s idea of adding a bit of glitter glue/fabric shimmer paint on the edge would look cool, too. Or maybe mix some Pearl Ex, Embossing Powder, glitter, etc. into some TLS or Bake and Bond, and “pipe” it/paint it on the edges (to keep it completely ‘polymerized’, LOL…) I have to try this tomorrow, when I have access to my work table again, haha! ~Phaedrakat


  • I think you have been reading my mind again. I have been trying to figure out how to simulate a particularly popular knit pattern. Kind of got the colors right but I could not get the woven look. ~Anna-S
  • This looks very interesting. I’m not a good knitter but this looks like something I can accomplish……..love the mittens. ~Pollyanna
  • Where DO these ideas come from?  I never would have thought you could “knit” with polymer clay. This is brilliant….  Love the buttons too. Wowser ~Patt-W
  • Very Interesting! I love the tiny scarf and mittens. :) ~Jeanne-C
  • CINDY & DOUG I love that you decided to move the tutorial previews to Thursdays. My husband doesn’t have to listen to me wine about Fridays taking so long to get here anymore. Then this magnificent tute, I have always wanted to learn how to knit. Now I will not only learn but with my favorite medium ( well kinda learn) That little mitten is so cute. To top it off that scarf and the frayed ends they looked so soft and real. You picked the perfect bitter cold weekend for it. All these scarfs and mittens are going to warm us right up. THANK YOU CINDY AND DOUG – for working so hard to bring us another perfect tute. Many Uuuuuugggggs. ~Peggy-B
  • Love the knit polymer… So cute and to echo some others: Where do the ideas all come from?!? ~Sarah-W
  • I think this is just what I’ve been waiting for… I’m going to use this technique and make a bail…. I’ll let you all know how it turns out. ~Kathy-G
  • Cindy and Doug I love the tutorial as usual. I Have a couple of ideas floating around in my head as to what I can use this technique on.  I love the “Twist” you put on it. XD ~Brenda-M
  • Wow…..love this! Got to get the housework done so I can go clay. Thanks again, Cindy and Doug! ~Pollyanna
  • Fantastic! I wait for Friday mornings (Ireland) at 8:10 to receive my tute and I just have to go thru it before work. Where on earth do your ideas come from? The knitting is so cool! Thanks again. ~Angela-K
  • Cindy: Awesome tutorial as usual!  Yes, I knew you could knit clay with needles and I also kind of figured that you could roll out a thread but did not know how to get the twist so that you form ‘knit stitches’. I love knitting so I’m going to enjoy this. ~Cheryl-H
  • Must be the cold weather that makes everyone want to knit. This looks like it’s going to be fun. Polymer Clay Daily has a thing on knitting today also but her cuff looks like the purl side and Cindy’s cuff looks like the knit side. Love the buttons and the earrings and really love that cuff. ~Bonnie-K
  • Cindy, I always wanted to learn how to knit… this is perfect! I actually took up crocheting recently. Also saw the beautiful knitted cuff on PC Daily… beautiful! As soon as I am done with my daughter’s baby shower, I will give this a try! Thanks! ~Lupe-M
  • I got the PCD tutorial, too, but i didn’t bother to save it because, [A] it was too complicated [B] I don’t like the look of the garter stitch (purl side).  Cindy, yours is so much better! ~Linda-K
  • I’m thinking about earring sweaters with eyelash yarn at the bottom and cuffs…..hmmmm. Too cute or what??? ~Pollyanna
  • My Knitting Guild is going to enjoy what I have in store for them using this Knitting with PC tutorial. They’ve purchased some of my buttons, but now I can add stitch markers, knitted earrings and bracelets, knitted buttons. Pendants made into socks or sweaters or mittens. Oh what fun I’m going to have. Thanks Cindy! ~Loretta-C
  • I just got another idea too. Making shawl pins out of the knitted polymer clay. I was recently at a knitting fashion show and they had a lot of beautiful pins holding shawls together. This would be perfect for that. Thanks again, Cindy! ~Loretta-C
  • This is super! This is what I need to complete my Snowmen! I have a couple of unfinished wooden nutcracker Snowmen that needs scarfs!! I was wondering how I was going to do this. But, as usual, you beat me to it, Cindy!! Thanks for saving me time!! ~Catalina
  • Another wonderful (and easy) tutorial. I can see lots of possibilities. Thanks so much for all of your hard work! ~Laura-Z
  • Love this tutorial, this technique looks so much like the real thing! Extraordinarily easy, also. Think might use cookie cutters to imbed tarsa or Scandinavian knit designs. Great idea for creating “fabric” for mittens and shoes for those 18 inch historical dolls, which are shaped to stay on. I see sparkle threads added, sort of like the ones that Adrienne wears in her hair on Housewives of Beverly Hills. And I can see shades of green making great sweater shrubs and trees for Christmas ornaments. A white cedar springs to mind, stuffed with it’s blue berries. Only because I am surrounded by them. Easy method too, wish I could wear it, LOL!! ~Jocelyn-C
  • Loved this tute! I’ve got a pair of mittens in the works right now. Peace, Love and Clay. ~Lisa-W
  • CINDY AND DOUG: I knew I was going to Love this  tute when I saw the preview. It is out of this world with possibilities. You really want us using our minds to their fullest capabilities. Now that is really stretching mine almost till it snaps in half. I have to be careful I’m not working with a full deck here. All kidding aside another one of my favorite tutes. The Lietz team has once again pulled off another fantastic brain teasing, many possibilities, mind blowing miracle. I Love being a part of this clay family. God Bless you and Doug for all your hard work and everything you do for all of us every day. Many many Uuuuuggggs. ~Peggy-W
  • I love to knit so this is really cool for me to see it done in clay. ~Kathy-B


  • This is very unique. Your creativity never seems to cease. ~Catalina
  • Cindy, I am really inspired by the Polymerized Fabric technique. I have been working on combining my love of fiber with my love of jewelry and polymer clay. This is the perfect marriage. Your Fabric Rose is wonderful!! ~Heather-P
  • Hi Cindy! I have to tell you that I’m so enjoying the content of all your videos. As a relative “newbie” to polymer clay, I’ve found them all so helpful and informative. I ordered the beginner course too – even though I have a basic working knowledge of this craft, it’s still nice to have an experienced clayer to learn from. Thanks for letting me “watch over your shoulder”! Take care. ~Cheryl-B
  • All right! Roses are my favorite flower and I was hoping a rose technique would follow the polymerized fabric technique! ~Becky-C
  • Fantastic! I have tried and tried to make “regular” clay roses and they look awful. But having one made from fabric would be perfect. Have to dig up my stash of fabrics (you know, that “don’t throw it out because you’ll need it someday” 25 years later stuff). ~Koolbraider
  • Horrors! I’m traveling and forgot to bring my library password! I’ll have to wait until Sunday to watch the tut. Will I survive? ~Elizabeth-S
  • Elizabeth… how you could you leave home without it??? Cindy… this was a great tute. I think I’m learning too much, I can’t seem to fit it all in. I know it will come in time. ~Pollyanna
  • Interesting fabric is one of the things I don’t have a whole stash of! But I’ll definitely try this one if I can find something suitable – we don’t have drier sheets since we don’t have a drier, lol. I’m thinking that little roses would look good on hair sticks. ~Silverleaf
  • Just watched the video. The roses are beautiful, also the one on the soft flex wire necklace. I loved the pink one. Reminds me of the ribbon roses I used to make. I made some for my daughters first communion dress. ~Cheryl-H
  • Very neat technique Cindy. I have fallen behind in making anything new this year. I feel like I am in a “blah” state and can’t focus. But this technique I will be doing today. I will post it on your Facebook site when it is complete. ~Brenda-M
  • Another tute to LOVE and thank you both for from the bottom of my heart. Not sure how you do it. I shouldn’t even ask just THANK GOD you do. The talent the two of you have and the way you blend it is just like a great marriage. Lots of hard work give a little here and there add a lot of love and respect and BOOM you have the best PC TUTE TEAM ALIVE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thank you both. ~Peggy-B
  • WOOHOO! I just got home from my daughter’s house and couldn’t fire up the computer fast enough.  LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this tut. It was the perfect homecoming gift .  Thank you. Thank you. ~Elizabeth-S
  • I have been so busy the past few months with moving and Christmas and all, I have hardly had time to look at the videos. I was thinking about just letting my subscription go but I watched this video and the one where you make the roses from the polymerized fabric. Oh Cindy, you have done it again. LOL.  I am all fired up again, can’t wait to try these out and am definitely renewing again. I don’t know WHAT I was thinking in even considering letting my subscription go. I know, I do have those common sense lapses. :) Thanks for hooking me again Cindy. And I do mean that in a good way. ~Laurel-B


  • All right! You must have genuinely read my mind! I have been dying, just dying, to make a backgroundless flower cane and for it to be a rose, well that’s just icing on the cake! In fact, I must confess, I was on the verge of buying a tutorial on this very subject, so I am so glad my desires and your design, Cindy, came at just the right time! ~Becky-C
  • WOW, just picture perfect. Another fantastic tute. ~Valerie-H
  • Cindy these look great and the two pendants you show are particularly lovely as well as the very lightweight earrings — good-looking findings.  Am looking forward to your easy way for making this cane. ~Susan-B
  • I have tried to make a shaded rose cane and – came up short !  So this is a winner already. Thanks for reading our minds  LOL ~Patt-W
  • I’ve already made a few rose canes before, but this one looks way better than the tutorial I had used! ~Cindy-G
  • I love roses and your cane is beautiful. I love the millefiori beads as well as the pendants and earrings. ~Cherie-H
  • Love the shading effect! ~Lupe-M
  • I love the cup-shaped earrings! Unusual and very pretty. ~Maria-C
  • Awesome – Thank you so very much for this beautiful rose tutorial I can use it on my valentine cards. I just want to thank you for all the tutorials you have given us in the past and all the ones you will be giving to us in the future because I know I will love them all. The two of you put everything you have into your tutorials. With all the sadness going on in the world and money worries, I can come here and forget about the sadness if just for awhile and no money worries because the cost well you have taken care of that also buy charging next to nothing (a little over 3 dollars a month). So again thank you for all you have given, give and will continue to give. The Lietz team is by far the best pc tutor club in the world!!! I might fight my illnesses a lot of the time and not found a cure yet. But by far Cindy and Doug Lietz the polymer clay tutor is the best medicine and least costing one I have found by far. It heals what ails you. Many uuuuuugggggggs to all love ~Peggy-B
  • Grazie Cindy molto molto bella cane rose. ~Pamagela
  • Very beautiful.  Thank you!  I also have the biggest problem conditioning my white clay (cernit) to get it to the same consistency as the other colours and it often cracks — am pleased that it isn’t just me! ~Susan-B
  • Shaded Rose Cane. Absolutely Fabulous.The Best!!!! ~Alice-E
  • I have the same problem with my Premo white too! Very frustrating… What a fun and beautiful cane this is! I’m excited to start making roses! ~Maria-C
  • You made this sooo easy! I can’t wait to get home and get my hands in my clay! In this cane the white premo looks awesome, I love the beautiful ruffled edges. It would definitely be a pain in other canes though. Thank you again Cindy and Doug for another great tutorial! ~Laura-Z
  • What a fantastic cane. It is so much easier than a couple I had tried before. Great definition. Thanks so much. Love it. ~Pollyanna
  • Just want you to know that I scheduled long overdue lab work for today (I’m a fainter, whiner, puker and generally a baby about such things). I figured that I would just think about the reward of coming home to watch the tut while she was poking me and that would get me through. Of course my reverie was interrupted with the phlebotomist’s exclamations that she had never seen such beautiful blood. She even requested an extra sample to show the world what the standard for perfect blood should be. (You believe me, right?). Ah, but I digress-I made it through without embarrassing myself and without causing her to have to change her uniform, and I know that it was the anticipation of watching the tut that saved me. Thank you, Cindy and Doug – I’ll bet you didn’t know the far reaching effects of what you provide for us. Oh, and the tut was wonderful!! I’ve got my table set up and I’m rarin’ to go. I couldn’t imagine how this was going to work-the roses are so beautiful. BTW, I threw two blocks of white Premo away yesterday as I just couldn’t get them to condition enough to work with them.  Wonder if they are different that others. ~Elizabeth-S
  • How cool Cindy – I’m not usually into flower canes (I don’t know why because I love flowers, but I seem to be going more down the mixed media route recently) but I’ll definitely be giving this one a go. It will be perfect for making something for my grandma, who loves roses. ~Silverleaf
  • Awesome tutorial. I love the rose cane. The rose has so much shading and depth it looks so real. ~Cheryl-H
  • OMG! It’s finally here — the tute I’ve been longing for from my beloved tutor, Cindy and her filmin’ wiz of a hubby, Doug! I agree with Peggy, you two bring so much to us, for such a low price. I could go on and on about how great you are, but I’ve got a video to watch! :D ROSE CANE! Hurray!!! ~Phaedrakat
  • Cindy and Doug, you have obviously made our day!!!  this is a wonderful tute, I too have made a rose cane before but this one looks great. Reading the posts about the white premo, I’m also glad I’m not the only one that has trouble with this one. Maybe the manufacturers need to know about this? ~Sandra-J
  • Just when I think I couldn’t love you more……! ~Carrie-N
  • Woohoo! Love this tute! I had been thinking about looking for a free online tute for a rose, but I think this is so much better…  Thanks Cindy!!!! Clay On. ~Lisa-W
  • It’s Saturday night and I’ve been making rose canes all day!  I love how they all come out different. My Art Fibre group is having an exhibition and sale in a couple of weeks and I’m sure these roses would make great embellishments to fibre art, as well as buttons. I’m the only one in the group who creates with polymer clay, it’s nice to have something unique. ~Jan-G
  • Awesome!!  I love to paint roses and you build your clay ones in a very similar manner to the ones I’ve learned to paint. This is genius. Of the items you made, my favorite is the cupped earrings, followed by the cane-slice earrings. ~Linda-K
  • Wonderful, Cindy! Gorgeous, and you really did simplify this cane. Pretty easy to do, yet it looks stunning. And such a smart idea not having the background… our clever tutor! Great job, Lietz duo. I feel wonderfully satisfied! I promise not to beg for a specific new tute for at least a few days, K? ~Phaedrakat
  • Love the shading effect! ~Lupe-M
  • Hi Cindy: Thanks for the lovely rose cane tutorial. I really enjoyed it because I love caning.  Thank you. ~Carol-M
  • What a beautiful cane… I love the depth of the petals and the pretty ruffle from the white too! Of course awesome camera work, as usual – thanks so much Cindy and Doug for providing us with such quality. LOVE the fabric rose and polymerized cloth tutes a few weeks ago too. ~DJ
  • Dear Cindy, Thank you for all the wonderful tutorials you provided us with last year. I had a blast watching this volume, especially the shaded rose cane. You always manage to make complicated thinks look so much easier. Can’t wait to see what you’ll come up with this month. Have a beautiful week! ~Squash
  • All the roses are beautiful. I am going to make earrings and necklace – and wear them to the Rose Society meeting next week. Maybe someone (hope, hope) will show interest in buying. LOL. I have told so many about your tutes, the low cost and how all of this has stretched me creatively.  I am now making things I never thought I could. Thank you and Doug – hugs. ~Patt-W
  • No doubt about it – you two outdid yourselves this month. These are all amazing tuts. Thank you so much as always for all you do for us. ~Elizabeth-S
  • Indeed what is left to say. The two of you ended 2010 with a huge BANG!!! Then even better started 2011 with an OUTSTANDING  “KABOOOOOM!!!!!!” I love it, all of it. The Tutes, cost, enthusiasm, encouragement, family environment, consideration and all the love that is put into the work. You and Doug put so much of yourselves into each tutorial. I am here to stay as long as you are here to teach and inspire me to the best of my ability. This is something I have only been able to get from the two of you. For this I am so very thankful for all you have given and will continue to give me. Love and Uuuuuuggggs. ~Peggy-B
  • Thanks so much, Lietz’s! The Polymer Clay Tutor, aka our beloved Cindy, came up with super-duper material this month. All of the above tutes for less than the price of a happy meal! (at least I think… haven’t actually bought one lately, LOL…)  It was a great month…ending with the wonderful rose cane I’ve been wanting. What a fantastic way to start the new year!!! ~Phaedrakat
  • Thank you, thank you!!!  I love making these canes. ~Jane-VW
  • Hi Cindy: Your tutorials are so inspirational to me.  I am really impressed with the Backgroundless Rose Cane that I got in the Back Issue Volumes I purchased just recently. These tutorials are so informative, gently written for any learning level – well worth anyone’s time and effort! You must be so proud of your students in tow!  LOL. You have taught so many things to so many people. You and Doug are a gift to the Polymer Clay World. ~Pauline-D

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