Anyone know of a "How-to" online site on Millefiori faces?

Anyone know of a "How-to" online site on Millefiori faces?

Post by MM1OFAKI » Thu, 10 Jun 1999 04:00:00



Id love to find a site online to help me make these canes (Millefiori)...I know
I can go to the bookstore or library but..hey..why not stay in MY ROBE!!? heheh

Thanks in advance if anyone knows an answer..

Michelle

 
 
 

Anyone know of a "How-to" online site on Millefiori faces?

Post by Holly Stol » Thu, 10 Jun 1999 04:00:00


Check out
Jenea's Artbox at
http://www.stanford.edu/~jenea/artbox/millefiori/howto1.html

Holly
http://www.wcfa.com/holly
(pages being drastically updated)

Quote:

> Id love to find a site online to help me make these canes (Millefiori)...I know
> I can go to the bookstore or library but..hey..why not stay in MY ROBE!!? heheh

> Thanks in advance if anyone knows an answer..

> Michelle


 
 
 

Anyone know of a "How-to" online site on Millefiori faces?

Post by Bunny0 » Sat, 12 Jun 1999 04:00:00


Quote:
>Id love to find a site online to help me make these canes (Millefiori)...I
>know
>I can go to the bookstore or library but..hey..why not stay in MY ROBE!!?
>heheh

if you are interested in face canes, PCIrene from Delphi was taking a lesson
from "the New Clay," on faces, and posting them in the message boards there.
You have to be a member of Delphi, but it's free to sign up.  Just go to
www.delphi.com, and search for Polymer Clay Central.

May Mel Gibson come to your house to condition clay,

Bunny

 
 
 

Anyone know of a "How-to" online site on Millefiori faces?

Post by Dotty-in-C » Wed, 16 Jun 1999 04:00:00


 cg1.aol.com...

Quote:
> Id love to find a site online to help me make these canes (Millefiori)...I
know
> I can go to the bookstore or library but..hey..why not stay in MY ROBE!!?
heheh

> Thanks in advance if anyone knows an answer..

> Michelle

        Tisk tisk!  Here's all you do, while still in your robe.  Go to
Amazon.com and do a search for polymer clay books, order The New Clay by Nan
Roche, and Donna Kato's book, and you'll be all set.  While you are at it,
check out Mindstorm and take a look at all the clay video tapes available
for the price of a book.  It's fun to get free instructions online part of
the time, but far more helpful to get the experts books or video tapes that
you can refer to any time you want.  You'll be astonished at what you'll
find.

Dotty in CA