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Old 08-13-2017, 10:15 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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This pen is for a friend of mine who makes quilts as a hobby.
The intricate pattern on this blank was put together by Toni Ransfield. Toni was great to work with on this project. Since I had never turned a poly clay pen before I was a little apprehensive but Toni gave me some pointers and a practice blank so turning the pen was no problem.
The pen is a Tudor from PSI. A little top heavy for my tastes but good quality.
Sorry for the poor quality picture, photography is not something I'm good at.
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Very pretty for your first polyclay pen.

As far as your picture, it is no worse that mine. Just remember practice makes perfect whether turning a pen or taking a photograph.
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Great job Rich.
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Thanks Elwin and Bob for the thumbs up..
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Rich it was my pleasure, even if it took three tries to get that Quilt cane right!!! LOL

Just love happy customers!!!

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Thanks Toni... I'm already thinking about the next one..
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Very nice! From what I've seen, you can't go wrong with Toni's blanks, she's amazing with polyclay.
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Cool pen Rich!
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Beautiful Pen Rich,
Glorious Blank from Toni.
Excellent Fit and Finish,
Looks Great on the PSI Tudor.
Congratulations,
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