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    Apologies for so many 'yets' - tired! Long day.

    Apologies for so many 'yets' - tired! Long day.
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    Hi I provide an Intro to PMC workshop in...

    Hi

    I provide an Intro to PMC workshop in Cheshire.
    Not sure that I can put a link to my site yet - as I haven't done much posting yet!
    But if you put my name PMC Designs into google I should...
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    Many thanks. I'll have a look this evening.

    Many thanks. I'll have a look this evening.
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    Insurance

    Sorry if I am repeating any post - but can't find anything recent.
    Has any got their insurance with www.a-n.co.uk? (Air)
    It almost seems too good to be true! But I am looking for a cheaper one than...
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    Hi Simone Just a thought - how about copying...

    Hi Simone

    Just a thought - how about copying some nice written text (using either someone else's handwriting - a friend or computer generated) onto the hard clay in pencil. I've done patterns this...
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    It is sensible to know about your torch - many...

    It is sensible to know about your torch - many are made to withstand firing at up to 1300C for long periods of time. You do have make sure that the micro torch is held at a 45% angle all the times...
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    I fired it the same way as I did the PMC3...

    [QUOTE]I fired it the same way as I did the PMC3 silver I tried, which was to take it to the bright orange stage and then keep that colour for 2 minutes. Do you think that it needed to be fired for...
  8. Thread: flaky clay

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    Just a thought Charlotte, when you roll it out...

    Just a thought Charlotte, when you roll it out 'as thin as possible', do you roll it into a ball using your hands? Hands, being generally warm, will soak out some of the water as you roll in. Best to...
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    Hi Charlotte I agree with Medusa - cental...

    Hi Charlotte

    I agree with Medusa - cental heating does not go well with using clays.

    If it is Art Clay Silver it does become more difficult to use the more water you add, but saying that, it is...
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    Another late reply - you can use badger balm as...

    Another late reply - you can use badger balm as long as it is only a very fine layer, so that it doesn't clog up the fine fingerprint lines. I only tend to use if someone has dry skin.
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