Debbie Carlton cuff

A great class can help build your skills and sharpen your design eye. I’m traveling to join a wonderful group this week (we’re just getting set up today). If travel isn’t in the cards for you right now, there are loads of other amazing opportunities.

Melanie Muir bracelet

Two new online classes from Craftcast bring the UK’s Debbie Carlton and Melanie Muir to a computer screen near you. Check out Debbie here and Melanie here.

Can’t attend on the day they’re scheduled? No sweat, you can purchase the recordings (including mine) and listen again and again.

One nice thing about learning at home, you don’t have to haul your tools. I’d better go choose my seat and get unpacked!

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  • reply Carol Blackburn ,

    Well done, Debbie and Melanie. It’s good to see more UK folk here. Thanks Cynthia.
    Hope the Craftcast classes go well, I’m sure they will.
    Melanie – I’ll see you at your workshop in Croydon on 10th June, can’t wait.
    Debbie – I’ll catch up with you at a London clay day very soon.
    Carol xxx

    • reply Melanie Muir ,

      Thanks so much, Cynthia, for highlighting these classes. It is such a wonderful thing to know that in the wee small hours I will be connecting and sharing with polymer enthusiasts from all over the world. Technology is a marvel when used for such positive purposes, and thanks go to Alison for leading the way!

    • reply Anita Brandon ,

      Cynthia, Hope everything goes well and you have a wonderful time.

      • reply Rebecca Thickbroom ,

        Congrats to you both, well deserved recognition. I have always been and will remain a big fan of your work, so inspiring and your colour combos are striking. I feel so privileged to know you both.

        xxx

        • reply Selma ,

          I like the texture of bracelets and beautiful ornaments! I began to learn this technique. 😀

          • reply Alison Lee ,

            Thank you Cynthia for featuring these 2 teachers!
            It is such a privilege to host these online live classes. Both Melanie and Debbie have so much to teach and show, tons of video demonstrations and pix to show. Don’t miss out.
            Included with the cost of the live class is a link to download the full class recording, plus a pdf of class notes. (people have said it’s the best deal around!)
            And, come on early if you want to hang out with all of us. It’s a virtual “happy hour” before class starts.
            Let me know if you have any questions.
            Looking forward to class. 🙂
            [email protected]

            • reply Candice Bishop ,

              I bought both of these classes at different times at they were so worth the time and the money invested. If anyone is debating whether or not to get them, stop thinking about it and do it! They are GREAT!

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