Polymer Clay Techniques, 5/19

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Polymer Clay Techniques, 5/19

95.00

with Kathryn Jaller

Sunday May 19th, 1:30-4:30

Limit 12 students

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It goes by many names — Sculpey, Fimo, Premo — and it’s an exceptionally versatile material for making jewelry, sculptures, and objects. In this workshop, we’ll learn some techniques for working with it, including “millefiori” which is a method borrowed from glasswork to get highly detailed designs. We will apply these techniques to necklaces, and if you bring a pal, friendship necklaces. Learn how to use a familiar material a new way, or just come and play.

Kathryn Jaller makes things with words, clay, metal... most anything she can get her hands on. A content strategist by day, she has shown her jewelry at West Coast Craft and her Necklace Aura Reading project about the intersection of identity, anxiety, and fashion was featured by Kickstarter. Follow her work at @freundthings and see her other creations at freundthings.co.