We are a new group, all of us working with polymer clay in all its many guises. New members are very welcome, whether just starting with polymer clay or well established. We are teachers and learners both, located in Bellingham, Washington.
Please register, introduce yourself on the discussion/forum page, and tell us about yourself and what you do with polyclay.
We meet once a month in Bellingham for discussion, demos, and sharing work.
Banner image credits:
Twisted Foxy is the work of LoreChirik.
The textured pendant necklace is the work of Kathleen Dustin.
The Nautilus bead set (featured above) is the work of Susann Ströher-Mittelstädt.
The Lucky Clover sliding-top tin is by Kim of Clay-by-Kim.
The illuminated floral bowl is by Ewa (Srebrna FH).
The necklace Spirals and Ladders is the work of Laura Appelman with her polymer clay beads, sterling silver mirror beads, Swarovski crystal bicone beads and sterling silver clasp.
Fish beads are the work of Rebecca Watkins (artybecca).
Poster image credits:
The pendant on the upper right is the work of Mabcrea Art (Cecilia Botton). Saturated color achieved with Skinner blends, alcohol inks and mica powders.
The large vase is the work of Frank Khow (Beefball Papa)
The four pendants in a line are the work of Fabiola Perez Ajates.
Woodland Dragon Eye is the work of Mandarin Moon on Deviant Art.