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Booking is OPEN for our September Clay Day (please note change of normal date...)

Our next clay day will focus on how to make beautiful hollow, flat back beads with incorporated stringing channels. PLEASE NOTE: Clay Day will be Sunday 17th September rather than the last Sunday of the month. CLICK HERE TO BOOK YOUR PLACE Maria Beremska will be demonstrating how to make these versatile beads. The demo will be done in two parts - one in the morning when the front and the back of the beads will be made, and one in the afternoon, when the beads will be assembled. What to bring: A pasta machine and some clay; Any small metal cutter - the demo will be made with Ann’s cutters CS 7 as the beads in the photo; Grease proof baking paper; Cling film; Flat silicone pen / shaping tool;

Clay Day report 30 July

18 people attended the Clay Day last Sunday, in spite of summer holidays and road closures. We welcomed 4 new members: Caroline, Emma, Susan and Udayana, and look forward to seeing them at future meetings. By popular demand, the demonstrations were a follow up from the previous colour projects, with Jude reprising her demos on colour scales and contrasting colours (spots and stripes). She added a new one, 'Instinctual Colour Mixing' which for many of us was a new and vital skill - mixing colours to make accurate matches to those in an inspirational art work or a piece of clothing. All of these are based on the book Colour Inspirations by Lindly Haunani and Maggie Maggio, but Jude had c

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