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Clay jewellery (Terracotta type) FREE tutorial.

Discussion in 'Jewellery Making' started by vijikrish, Sep 10, 2012.

  1. vijikrish

    vijikrish Gold IL'ite

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    I saw somewhere using our own pressure cooker to bake jewellery. Google and you would be able to find out. Yes it is possible to bake without oven but i have never tried. Good Luck.
     
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    Sorry I didnt understand your question.

     
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    Hi Viji,
    Thanks for the tutorial.
    I have a query. Few of my friends said that polymer clay should not be baked in home ovens which we use for food baking since those clays produce fumes. Is that true?
    Thanks in advance
    Priya
     
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    Sorry for late reply. I have separate small oven that I use. I feel like rubber smell and don't want that on my food.

     
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    Is clay jewellery heavy? I don't have an idea...is the same weight as air dry clay or terracotta jewellery? I have a lot of extra shilpkaar clay from hobby ideas which I would like to use for jewellery makng?
     
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    @rkgurbani

    RKG not that much weight but when compared with plastic beads this is heavy you can see the tamil serial Vijay TV - DTV she used to wear bigger pendents :):)
     
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    Simply superb..no words to express the joy of seeing it..
     
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    hi i like the designs n am suprised that in one attempt u done pretty good my dear really nice
     
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    hi ... i am new learner for terracotta jewellery. i saw some videos from net and tried out something on my own. i bought a natural clay from pot maker and i have tried with that. and i also bought natural clay from a shop. and when i baked those things the clay which i bought from shop got busted . why did this happen. can u pls help me









     

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