Sue Heaser's Book

Sue Heaser's Book

Post by Rubygir » Sat, 11 Mar 2000 04:00:00



I have been lurking for a while but I am so e***d I had to let
everyone of you know about Sue's WONDERFUL book! It is
titled "The Polymer Clay Technique Book" and it is the best! The
New Clay has long been my reference - but nothing has inspired
me like this new book! It has incredibly simple instructions for
so many techniques that I thought I would never be able to do! I
have read it cover to cover TWICE! Unfortunately we have out-of-
town guests this weekend - I am going to have to take a vacation
just to play with my clay and try out some of these GREAT
techniques!
THANK YOU SUE for sharing these treasures with us and making it
so easy to follow!

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Sue Heaser's Book

Post by Barx7 » Sun, 12 Mar 2000 04:00:00


I just picked up this book yesterday and have only had time to skim through it.
 I am not unhappy to own  it.  I plan to get the book by Donna Kato, and the
one by Maureen Carlson.  This book by Sue Heaser looks like a really good one,
I can't wait to start reading!

Mary

 
 
 

Sue Heaser's Book

Post by Rubygir » Sun, 12 Mar 2000 04:00:00


I have Maureen Carlson's "How to Make Clay Characters" book - It
is excellent too - I am trying to make my own nativity scene by
following the instructions - so far I have made Mary and she
turned out prettywell for my first try (I didn't want to
practice on the ones in the book)
Happy Claying!
Shannon

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Sue Heaser's Book

Post by scott & iren » Sun, 12 Mar 2000 04:00:00


Rubygirl wrote

Quote:
>everyone of you know about Sue's WONDERFUL book! It is
>titled "The Polymer Clay Technique Book"

I agree, Sue's book is really great.  I love that she's got something for
everyone.  Beginners can start with this book and learn enough to keep them
busy for years, and more experienced users can be enlightened about
techniques they just needed a little more instruction to master.  Sue also
covers a huge range of techniques, all in an accessible manner, so nothing
seems lofty or out-of-reach if you've not tried it before.

Great job, Sue!
Irene in western NC
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Sue Heaser's Book

Post by The Polymer Clay Pi » Mon, 13 Mar 2000 04:00:00




Quote:
>Great job, Sue!

Gosh... Thanks folks... I'm blushing over here! I'm just so glad people
like it. Of all my books, it was probably the one that was the most
exhausting as the deadlines were ghastly. But the production team were
fantastic and I am really pleased I did it now. Books are like babies -
you soon forget about all the bad bits of childbirth and hopefully feel
pleased with the results (well, until they hit the ***s, perhaps... ;*)

Sue
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