Meanwhile, I was showing the Miniaturists how to make Terracotta, Flagstone and Border Tiles, and by the end of the day we had sufficient tiles for people to really have fun and go home and do some tiling in their dolls’ houses, even down to 1/48th scale!!
These last 2 workshops rounded up what has been a great year for the Guild workshops in Lichfield, covering all sorts of subject matter, and next year is shaping up to be just as good.
Subjects we have for 2015 so far include Wings and Feathers in April, Mechanical Toys in May, Foils, Inclusions and Fantasy Cabochons in July, while the Miniaturists are not left out, with Luxury Chocolates in April and Dolls’ House Bowls in May. (Details here.)
Finally, don’t forget the 18th January 2015 date, which will be a free day (no charge) where several of our tutors will be giving demonstrations on a variety of subjects that you can then go and try. We will also be holding the AGM on that day – full details here.
So make sure you put these dates in your diaries, and don’t forget all our local groups around the country have their own dates too – details here. Whatever you do in 2015, have a great time with Polymer Clay.
Review by Fiona Abel-Smith