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Just three weeks until the Perfume Purses workshop! And a few other polymer events to tell you about

A quick reminder for anyone hoping to take part in Carol Blackburn's two day workshop in South London, there are only three weeks to go and places are going fast. The two day workshop costs £180, and all the clay oarticipants will need has been generously provided for free by Staedtler. Click here for more info and to book your place. We're also happy to be hosting a Melanie West one day workshop in October this year, in our regular West London haunt. The one day workshop costs £120 and you can find more info here. Lastly, the British Polymer Clay Guild is 20 years old this year, and they're celebrating with a weekend of workshops, demonstrations, make and take sessions, exhibitions of work

New Melanie West workshop for the LPCG!

The LPCG is very pleased to release details of our NEW Melanie West workshop, which will take place on Sunday 8th October at our Greenside Community Centre base in West London. According to Mel: "In this workshop, students will gain a solid understanding of how to make the canes I use in my work, using hand pigmented, translucent polymer clay. Different materials for pigmenting will be covered, and the different effects one can achieve." The workshop runs 10am-5pm and costs £120. Click here for more info and to book!

Happy 10th Birthday to the LPCG!

The 28th May was a very special clay day as we celebrated our 10th Birthday. It’s hard to think the group has been going for 10 years. The time has flown as the group has flourished. As soon as everyone had arrived we started the day welcoming our 5 new members. We welcome anyone from anywhere, not just London! This Sunday we started at the ‘show and tell’ table to see everyone’s recent polymer creations. This is always an interesting and learning part of our clay days as everyone has a few minutes to explain how their piece was made. Next, we gathered around the demo table as Ruth Winchester demoed the first part of creating a bangle. She began by making the bangle base around a circu

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