Hello dear friends,
How are you? We’re in February already and I hope you’re advancing steadily towards your goals.
I’m certainly happy with the way this year unfolds for me. I love the creative energy, the inspiration and the way people are interacting in the Polymer Clay Adventure as well as in the PCA Facebook Group. That’s amazing!
Furthermore, there’s more great news for polymer clay lovers as the Polymer Clay Symposium 2020 is getting near. Only 6 days left and the counter is counting the time relentlessly.
The Polymer Clay Symposium 2020 is like a Polymer Clay marathon that’s going to take place between the 7th and the 15th of February. 20 artists, 20 sessions, 9200 attendees already. Are you in? Sign up for FREE here!
You have the possibility to watch each workshop for free during a 24 hour window. I hope that you’ll love these sessions so much that you’ll buy the entire bundle for the early bird price of $77. Anyway you have the possibility to watch the workshops for free during the 24 hour window and later decide.
I’m a teacher in the Polymer Clay Symposium 2020 (and an affiliate) and here are some of the teachers that will share their clay knowledge with you during this polymer clay marathon: Lisa Pavelka, Noemi Smith, Christi Friesen, Angela Thompson, Barbara Felts , Tony Street, Elisabetta Visentini, Beatriz Cominatto, Karen Baker, Kellie Beckett, Stefan Niehues – Ellermann, Orieta Dimadi, Sherrie Neilson, Qingyu Li, Apryl Jensen, Edmalyn Meharry, Olimpia Corvino, Donna Menke, Andreea Corpodean, Brandi Mills, Amy Hucks. Go to the Polymer Clay Symposium Page to have an idea of the projects taught by the teachers I mentioned and register for FREE.
Going back to the resolutions I set for this year I can tell you that I’m happy with the progress in my sewing. Let’s say that my sewing skills are getting better and better. I managed to sew two couch cushions and to make a protection for the smaller unit of the couch. I’m pretty satisfied with my progress. Keeping in mind that I have the sewing machine for more than 5 years, but never used it because it all seemed too complicated, I’m happy that I can count on it to make simple things to decorate around the house. This was one of my resolutions for this year: to be able to use the sewing machine to make things for myself (including clothes). Let’s say that my start is rather promising.
I’m working on the larger couch at the moment and I’m going to finish everything by using a furniture stapler. I already bought a small manual stapler online and I think it will do the job.
And my supervisor, keeping an eye on my work:) He’s ready to give me a tough look when I get distracted and I stray away from work….
And these are the no zipper couch cushions. Thank you Pinterest for the inspiration:) The second one turned out better than my first idea and I’ll make two more cushions in this style.
I hope you’re heading right to the Polymer Clay Symposium Page and Signing up for free for this exciting clay marathon!