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The following polymer clay faq. is offered and used with permission by Jeanne A. E. DeVoto jaed@best.com
Copyright © 1996-97 Jeanne A. E. DeVoto

 2-Welcome to Polymer Clay
 3-Choosing & Mixing Clay
 4-Conditioning Polymer Clay
 5-Using a Pasta Machine
 6-Using a Food Processor
 7-Forming Clay Pieces
 8-Firing Polymer Clay
 9-Clay Pieces
10-Storing Polymer Clay
11-Canework
12-Using Stone Clays
13-Using Translucent Clays
14-Molding & Sculpting
15-Creating Surface Effects
16-Making Polymer Clay Jewelry
17-Safety & Cleanup
18-Equipment
19-More Information Sources

Copying the Polymer Clay FAQ


The Polymer Clay FAQ is a copyrighted work, © 1996-97 Jeanne A. E. DeVoto, all rights reserved, yadda yadda yadda.

You have permission to copy the FAQ anywhere you like, in whole or in part, as long as:

  1. You include my name as author, so that it's clear where credit and/or blame should be directed;
  2. You include either my email address or (preferably) the URL http://www.jaedworks.com/~jaed/jewelry/polyclay-faq/, so that anyone who has questions or wants to make a correction has a way of contacting me; and
  3. You don't attempt to prevent or enjoin its further distribution.

If you want to use the material in this FAQ in any other way, please contact me so we can work something out.

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