Transforming canes

Newberg on PCDaily

Meg Newbergs’ transforming cane shifts colors like a treasured and worn carpet. What’s one cane looks like many.

It’s difficult to comprehend how the simple canes she constructs can reduce to be so complex. She’s got a great grasp of geometry and she sends out pages of pictures and explanations of a new idea each month.

If you enjoy caning, her monthly subscription is a good deal. This transforming cane is August’s lesson.

Newberg on PCDaily

Meg allows me to teach some of her designs to inmates who are delighted each time they follow her clear instructions. Not many tools are required and even the newest caners can experience success. Here she is on her site and Etsy.

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  • reply Diana Reid ,

    Gorgeous!

    • reply Ginger Davis Allman ,

      Meg’s canes are always intriguing, but this one is over-the-top wonderful. Thanks for sharing it with us.

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