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Welcome to the North Texas Polymer Clay Guild!

We are a group of polymer clay artists and enthusiasts who meet once per month from September to May. We like to share information and keep up on what is going on with polymer clay in Texas and around the nation. We encourage anyone with a passion for polymer clay to come and visit our guild.

Our next monthly demonstration will be...



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NTPCG - Home Page - Demo Section April 2014

Physician's Plan for Crafters by Susan Delaney


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Glitz and Glamour Pendants by Ann Bertrand

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Physician's Plan for Crafters - Susan Delaney

Glitz and Glamour Pendants - Ann Bertrand NTPCG - Home Page - Demo Section
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Susan's Bio:

Susan Delphine Delaney MD, MS is a psychiatrist practicing in Plano, assisted by her therapy dog, Gabriella, a little white curly dog. Susan is the author of Rx for Quilters: Stitcher Friendly Advice for EVERY BODY. It really is for EVERY BODY. Susan has chapters on the back, the wrists, the eyes and the fingers. She even has a chapter on how hormone swings affect artists!

The book was published by C&T Publishing. It has sold 25,000 copies. It was a Main Selection of the Doubleday Cooking and Crafts Club. The book won a Gold Medal for Health Communication from the American Association of Medical Writers.

But more than that, it helps people. Susan went to retrieve her ballot recently when voting. As she reached for it the lady staffing the ballot table reached over and grabbed both of her hands. "Are you the quilter who wrote that book?". "Yes." The woman held up her hands, "You gave me back my hands."

Susan is a veteran of knitting, crochet, embroidery, quilting, pottery and polymer clay. She will teach us how to set up our workstations and baking stations to maximize health and wellbeing.





Ann's Bio:

Ann has been involved in polymer clay since 2009, with special interest in color and incorporating glitter and metallics as materials for her pieces. She loves to make jewelry, is heavily into interior design and home decor, and always has one or more projects ongoing. Current interests include faux agate slices as home decor or pendants, making faux druzy, and using a very special Xmas gift of large A.C.E. extruder. Her new favorite color is hot pink!