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What's the best pasta machine for polymer clay? Read reviews and recommendations of all major brands at The Blue Bottle Tree.

What’s the Best Pasta Machine for Polymer Clay?

So you’re new to polymer clay and are ready to buy your first pasta machine. Or you’re an experienced clayer tired of the problems with your current pasta machine. What next? What’s the best pasta machine for polymer clay? Is

Spring Door by Jennifer Sorensen of Wishing Well Workshop

Jennifer Sorensen – Artist Interview

Jennifer Sorensen of Wishing Well Workshop brings delight to her readers and viewers by sharing the most adorable scenes, fairy doors, creatures, and little houses. Her work is colorful and whimsical and is always a bright spot in my Facebook

Imperia Pasta Machine for Polymer Clay

The Atlas is not the only name-brand Italian pasta machine that works well with polymer clay. Another brand is Imperia. It’s sturdy, well-made, and has scraper blades that are very easy to clean. Read more….

Atlas Wellness 180 pasta machine

Atlas Pasta Machines for Polymer Clay – A Review

When working with polymer clay, one of the most important tools to help you with conditioning, mixing, and sheeting polymer clay is the trusty pasta machine. Now there are other kinds and brands of clay conditioning machines, both from the

Slices from my master cane in Carol Simmons' class.

Carol Simmons 6-Day Master Cane Workshop

I just returned from a truly wonderful workshop and I had so much fun that I want to share it with you. Carol Simmons is a talented polymer clay artist who gives workshops on a variety of subjects such as Hidden

Katie Oskin and Ginger Davis Allman, two very different artists, worked together to explore voice in their art. Come read more at The Blue Bottle Tree.

Explorations in Voice

What happens when two polymer clay artists, with very unique voices, create side-by-side with the same products? Find out in Explorations in Voice.

Ginger Davis Allman and Katie Oskin, polymer clay artists who collaborated on the Explorations in Voice project.

Artist Interview – Katie Oskin

You probably know Katie Oskin as the face behind Kater’s Acres. But she’s also a talented polymer clay artist, an advocate for the art of polymer clay, and a tireless promoter of other artists. Recently Katie and her husband vacationed

When making a skinner blend, it will gradually expand to fill the width of your pasta machine if you're not careful.

Skinner Blend Tips

Graduated color blend sheets are invaluable when working with polymer clay. Get better results and solve common problems by using these skinner blend tips.

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