Adapting Quilt Patterns to Polymer Clay

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PolyMarket Press, Dec 1, 2006 - Crafts & Hobbies - 126 pages
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Quilt block designs and pieced top patterns lend themselves beautifully to millefiore cane making and other techniques used in polymer clay. Well-known polymer clay artists Judith Skinner (creator of the "Skinner Blend")and Sarajane Helm bring you this new 122 page full color book filled with gorgeous pictures and clear instructions. The authors show how to create amazing quilt patterns in polymer clay! Many block patterns are shown including Amish Bars, Log Cabin Variations, Nine Patch, Drunkard's Path and more. Colorful oven-cured polymer clay is used to create jewelry, miniatures, decorative items and more. The Gallery section includes the work of many other polymer clay artisans. As an exploration of color and pattern that goes far beyond the basic how-to, this book can be enjoyed on many levels.

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About the author (2006)

Sarajane Helm began as a doll maker and is trained professionally as a theatrical costume designer. She creates graphics, fabrics, rubber stamps, children's book illustrations, and a full line of paper dolls. Her work has been featured in books and also in the National Polymer Clay Guild's first calendar. She also teaches occasionally and writes articles for such magazines as Jewelry Crafts, Bead and Button, Lapidary Journal, Belle Armoire, Somerset Studio, and Rubber Stamper. She is the author of Create A Polymer Clay Impression and currently is working on additional articles, books, and a video project. She resides in Longmont, Colorado.

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