I had a great time in all of my classes and learned some good things. We were very lucky to have an all-day class with Diane Keeler, one of the foremost sculptors working in polymer clay. Despite her excellent instruction, I do not believe I will be taking up sculpting on a regular basis. Making realistic faces is HARD:
Julie Eakes showed us how to "deal with the hand we're Delft." Her method for making blue and white canes was easy and fun and produced lovely results.
Judy Belcher showed us how to do "Tatoo Caning". Here are some sample tiles:
Leslie Blackford taught us something fishy. We were supposed to cut the fish into thirds and put it back together with a flexible attachment, which I did with the striped fish, but I couldn't bear to cut the red fish. Now I have to figure out how to wear it even though it is kind of big.