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by Mia Rox

Materials:
  • Two different colored clays, approximately one block each
  • NuBlade or a tissue blade
  • Pasta machine or a clay dedicated roller
Step 1 - Choose two colors of clay. For this lesson I am using blue and yellow. Condition your clay and run through your pasta machine at the thickest setting. If you do not have a pasta machine you can roll out the clay using a clay dedicated roller. Then cut them into to long rectangles. These are about 5" x 2". (see right)



Step 2 - Cut in half and stack together (see right)



Step 3 - Cut your stack again in half again, but lengthwise this time (see right)



Step 4 - Now stack the two together again (see right). Compress again and you're done!!!!




Examples of Simple Striped Canes

   

©2001 Mia Rox

Thank you, Mia Rox! You can email Mia at clayfulmingles@polymerclaycentral.com

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