Where in the polymer world

Christi Friesen invites you to join her as she travels around the world teaching from now until December. Don’t worry about tickets or accommodations, Christi brings the flavor of her travel to your computer chair. She offers projects, prizes, free stuff, souvenirs and a glimpse of each venue.

“I looked at my teaching schedule and realized that I was pretty much going on a world tour, visiting every continent except South America. So many of you come along with me by attending classes or by following my adventures on Facebook that an official World Tour was in order!” says Christi.

You will need a passport and it’s available on the World Tour site along with all the details. This enthusiastic and energetic polymer professional will take you on a journey of discovery.

The Orca Potlach Box¬†(pictured here) is the first project of the tour. It’s part of the San Juan Island workshop and was inspired by the First Nation peoples.

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  • reply christi friesen ,

    Thanks for the shoutout Cynthia! I feel so lucky to be able to create with polymer and go all over the US and the world doing so. And as you know from your international ways, there are SO many inspirations waiting to spark new creations when you go new places, see new things and meet new people!

    • reply Trina Williams ,

      Christi’s classes are great exercise–of your abs. You spend a lot of time laughing.
      I’m signing up!

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