Ajates on PCDaily

Cut out and texture a polymer slab, pierce the clay with a few small evenly-spaced circles. Consider adding a second layer and more holes. Fire the design. Sew contrasting threads in and out of the holes, wrapping the edges and adding colorful touches.

Madrid’s Fabiola Perez Ajates developed this simple decorative mixed media technique that simulates popular crocheted fashions.

See how quickly her students added their own touches to Fabi’s concept and include this idea in your holiday project stash. Fabi is featured in the Polymer Clay Global Persepctives and her projects are inviting and ingenious.

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  • reply Fabi ,

    ¡Muchas gracias! por publicar, estoy emocionada. Un abrazo.

    • reply Moonweaver ,

      This is quite good. Thanks for sharing a wonderful idea!

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