Moseley on PCDaily

Polymer is looking more and more like textiles these days thanks to artists like Lynda Moseley. She’s not happy in her studio unless she’s experimenting, pushing the limits of what polymer can imitate.

Hang on, because I think there’s an ikat tutorial coming from Lynda. Look at all the pictures on her Flickr pages. Each ikat sample she posts looks more authentic and touchable.

She’s updating the processes first introduced by Kathy Amt, Susan Hyde, Tory Hughes (celebratng 30 years in business) and others.

You can be sure that Lynda won’t publish her instructions until she’s worked out all the kinks and can tell you how to avoid problems. She makes all the mistakes so that you don’t have to. Now that’s worth paying for. Happy weekend!

  • reply Sandra ,

    Amazing work.

    • reply Sheila Willert ,

      Those flicker pages are a feast for the eyes and mind. I am looking forward to the new tutorial. Beautiful and inspiring work.

      • reply Lynda Moseley ,

        Thank you for noticing my little Faux Ikat pieces, Cynthia. I am honored and thrilled to be on PCD today. I am working on more color palettes but hope to have a new tutorial out soon.

        Thank you, too, Sandra and Sheila, for the lovely compliments about my work.

        • reply Sonya's Polymer Creations ,

          So great to see your work here on Polymer Clay Daily, Lynda! Your creations are perfect, and so are your tutorials – don’t ever stop!!

          • reply Tammy Adams ,

            Gorgeous colors, stunning faux effect, and perfect finishing. Everything I’ve learned to expect from Lynda’s work. I am standing in line (virtually) waiting for the tutorial.

            • reply Lorrene ,

              Wonderful post. Love the stone-like colors and the translucency. Looking forward to meeting you at ARCHES Cynthia..

              • reply Ginger Davis Allman ,

                Everything Lynda does is pure perfection. She has the best color sense of anyone I know, and her finishing is beyond belief. I have several of her pieces and they always get compliments when I wear them. Congrats on your feature, Lynda, I look forward to even more of your creative inspiration!

                • reply Eva Marion Schulz ,

                  Wonderful, beautiful work, amazing finishing! A feast for the eyes.

                  • reply Stephanie Anthony ,

                    Love love love! So much inspiration to try and achieve that level of work, the colors, everything is just beautiful! I will patiently (or not) await the tutorial! 🙂

                    • reply delphine ,

                      Beautiful and inspiring ! I agree with “everything Lynda does is pure perfection” 😉

                      • reply Ali ,

                        Those earrings are wonderful. I love the colors & the technique.

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