Triumphant Trio Polymer Clay Canes with Charm

The Triumphant Trio class is an Advanced Beginner class that shows how to use either three or four blends to create three gorgeous canes, a Square, a Flower and a Leaf cane. Even though the canes look intricate and complex, you’ll triumph over this class designing the variations of the trios. Also included with the class is a 38 page class handout containing 142 color photos and my Helpful Hints page.
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Triumphant Trio #1 I chose to use the following blends:
-2 oz. Emerald
-2 oz. White

-2 oz. Alizarin
-2 oz. Copper
-2 oz. Ecru
-1 oz. White

-1 oz. Ultramarine Blue
-2 oz. Peppermint (Fimo Soft) or Turquoise
-2 oz. White Triumphant

Trio #2 We'll use a fan fold blend and here are the blend colors I chose:
-1 oz. Purple
-2 oz. Violet
-2 oz. White

-2 oz. Peacock
-2 oz. White

-1 oz. Red
-2 oz. Orange
-2 oz. Yellow

Triumphant Trio #3 We use four blends, these are the colors I chose for this class:

-2 oz. Turquoise
-2 oz. White

-2 oz. Alizarin
-2 oz. White

-2 oz. Spanish Olive
-2 oz. White

-2 oz. Fuchsia
-2 oz. White

For all three Triumphant Trios we’ll need about:
-12 oz. Black for the wrap our blends to make them “POP” and for the background “filler” color.

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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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