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Julia D.
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Report | 17 days ago
Not just for kids, we had a lot of fun :)
Nikita b.
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Report | 17 days ago
Work quickly! You can make a number of objects then.
Andrea H.
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Report | a month ago
This is a wonderful class. So much fun!
Christine D.
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Report | a month ago
Go and have fun. Great for adults and kids; great parent / child date. Very relaxing.
gail m.
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Report | a month ago
It's a great class. Everyone should try it!
Lisa K.
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Report | a month ago
It was super fun and is a great class for ALL ages. Loved it and plan to have a b-day party there!
Kristin D.
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Report | a month ago
Go a little early to have time to tour the tile section, and the polymer clay art section of the store.
Nancy H.
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Report | a month ago
The instructor was excellent. Our group spanned many decades and she made everyone feel successful! Just go and have fun.
June
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Report | 2 months ago
Excellent Teacher that made it fun and we each decorated two items to take home with us. I certainly will take more classes to improve on the Clay Artistic Technique.
Tasslyn M.
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Report | 2 months ago
Get ready to get creative. Layl is fantastic. We didn't attend a kid specific or kid/parent specific class - but I called ahead and talked with them about if my kids, with adult supervision (our adults, not hers), could do a specific class. They were totally open and encouraging! We also visit Clay Squared every year at the State Fair.
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When Layl McDill's daughters were little, she would carry small bricks of polymer clay in her purse for them to play with. Over the years, the pastime evolved into a serious profession for her. Forming ropes of the colorful, malleable material into millefiore canes, McDill honed her skills, creating patterns, pictures from the carefully sliced clay logs. With the help and support of her husband and fellow artist, Josh Blanc, Layl founded Clay Squared to Infinity in 1996, where today she not only creates and displays her own artwork, but also leads classes for clay-curious artists of all ages.

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