Korringa’s Hearts

A little California Korringa for your Friday pick-me-up. Kim Korringa has been working in polymer clay for years and has a densely packed studio bursting with color. Her flat drawers contain hundreds of canes that she has made over the years. “Occasionally I will clear off the work surfaces, but I find that I am more creative when I have everything laid out like a giant palette,” says Kim.

Her “making a cane” tutorial is a perennial favorite.

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  • reply bev ,

    i loved the fish cane tutorial i’ve seen your design before and wanted to make one so now i can

    • reply Kathi ,

      I love her fish cane tute. I have made several of them using it.

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