Series: Polymer Clay Jewellery for Beginners
Paperback: 38 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 1 edition (September 30, 2013)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.1 x 9 inches
Shipping Weight: 3.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
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This is the perfect book to learn the skills and techniques needed to work with polymer clay.There are so few books on the market today for beginners and all the books I have seen presume that the reader understands how to make things such as millefiori canes and skinner blends. I had no idea what these things were before I read this book. This is the only book I have found which takes the reader through each stage step by step and with easy to understand pictures and instructions.Thank you Sue for your fabulously fun book! Please hurry up and write another!
This is the first ebook i've bought for my ipad and i was really pleased!I'm only just starting with Polymer clay and wanted a quick to read starter guide for doing some canes. The book is really clearly laid out with good photos and you get a lot of instructions and handy tips without having to wade through unneccesary text.As its called book 1, hopefully there are more beginner books to follow.
This was OK as a quick read and answered basic questions, but lacked some of the simple information I was looking to have answered. The only thing I found useful was the log making, which was not what I was really looking for, but will at least use it in the future.
Great book with clear and concise instructions for all beginners of polymer clay. I highly recommend this book to all beginners .
Intro to making flower and leaf canes. Too general. Should have more pictures and written instructions on the difficulties of rolling canes. Specifics about thickness,air bubbles, how Tomas even slices.
If you're new to the form this is a good intro.Very basic info. Look forward to others in the series.
If you're just getting started working with polymer clay this is a good book. Illustrations are good. Very basic canes and jewelry. I was just expecting a little more.
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