Reversible Shape Necklace Set with Cathy Harm

Join Cathy as you learn how to make a colorful necklace that you can wear two ways, plus a pair of earrings and a brooch or pendant. Cathy shares lots of fun techniques to keep you busy for hours including how to use polymer clay blends as a base for your shaped beads, and your extruder to make a rope design.
Once you learn Cathy's design techniques, you'll be able to let your creativity loose and create many variations of your own!
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Our Blue fan fold blend uses:
• 2 oz. White
• 2 oz. Turquoise (Premo) or (Fimo Soft) Peppermint
• 2 oz. Ultra Marine Blue

For the Orange Sunset blend:
• 2 oz. Yellow
• 2 oz. Orange
• 2 oz. Red

The Violet or Purplish blend uses:
• 3 oz. White
• 3 oz. Violet
• 2 oz. Black (or other border color of your choice)

Cutter Shapes
• 1-1/2” Circle
• 1-1/2” Square
• 1-3/4” Hexagon
• 1-1/4” Triangle
• Medium size Rose Leaf with veins plunger cutter
• Extruder with the 10 or 12 hole disk
• the medium rectangle disk
• texture sheet or roller
• Sculpey Bake and Bond or Translucent Liquid Sculpey or Kato Poly Paste
• Single edge razor blade (for fine cutting)
• hanger wires or round toothpicks
• Necklace cord and connector (I’m using a 26” length of 2mm rubber cord with connector)
• Earrings and jump rings
• Pin back (this one has a bail on it as well)

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Cathy Harm

Cathy Harm

Cathy Harm has been hooked on polymer clay since 2000 when she learned that no kiln was needed to fire polymer clay, that was all she needed to hear to explore and develop a love for this limitless medium. Designing and creating Millefiori (meaning 1000 flowers) polymer clay canes has been a love since she discovered the clay. After all these years she still thinks it almost magical to take solid colored clay, manipulate it in her hands and create cane designs. A wonderful surprise was the reception her work received in just a few short years worldwide. 

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