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There are a number of reasons why I liked this double sided polymer clay pendant tutorial by Katie Gordon. Firstly, having two sides gives you wearing options!

But the tutorial also shows you how to make the Skinner Blend which mixes colors beautifully.  This instructor does explain the basics. Beginners particularly might get confused on which direction to fold the clay and feed it through the pasta machine. She also shares other tips on how to make jelly roll canes.

Her final finish is with resin which really makes the pendants shine.

This tutorial is rather long but it is worth the watch if you are relatively new to polymer clay jewelry making.  Then, like me, you get envious of the motorized pasta machine (like this one) she has!  You can hear it in the background whenever she runs the polymer clay through it!

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  1. I've a motor for my pasta machine. I got it when I signed up for a polymer clay course because I knew I'd be doing a ton of rolling and that my shoulder wouldn't take it. It's an invaluable tool if you use polymer clay a lot.

    This is a wonderful tutorial. No matter how much you think you know about your craft there's always some little thing you didn't know or have forgotten.

    1. I am envious of your motorized pasta machine! Maybe one day I will get one!


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