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  • Blue Afghan
    This design is meant to look like a granny square blanket. (Instructions for making your own version from polymer clay are available here.) The Blue color scheme features navy, purple, and green, combined with white, black, and/or each other.

  • Blue Calico
    The very first “fabric” design I ever made, Blue Calico was created to match a skirt I owned in the late 1990s. Though the skirt is long gone, I continue to use this pattern in my work. It was the starting point for the entire body of tile-able fabric-like designs that make up the current Polka Dot Cottage aesthetic.

  • Blue Retro
    The “retro cane” is common in polymer clay. You can learn more about it’s construction here. The Blue color scheme features navy, purple, and green, combined with white, black, and/or each other.

  • Blue Strata
    This design features irregular layers of all of the colors in the color scheme. It’s perfect for small items like stud earrings and thin channel bangle bracelets, but still has enough visual interest to be used in larger pieces. The Blue color scheme features navy, purple, and green, combined with white, black, and/or each other.

  • Blue Tortoise
    The “tortoise cane” is a subtle pattern, reminiscent of the rings on a tortoise’s shell. The Blue color scheme features navy, purple, and green, combined with white, black, and/or each other.

  • Bog Jubilee
    This design is exuberantly kaleidoscopic (learn to DIY it in polymer clay here). The Bog color scheme features brown, blue, and yellow, combined with white, black, and/or each other.

  • Bog Strata
    This design features irregular layers of all of the colors in the color scheme. It’s perfect for small items like stud earrings and thin channel bangle bracelets, but still has enough visual interest to be used in larger pieces. The Bog color scheme features brown, blue, and yellow, combined with white, black, and/or each other.

  • Bog Tortoise
    The “tortoise cane” is a subtle pattern, reminiscent of the rings on a tortoise’s shell. The Bog color scheme features brown, blue, and yellow, combined with white, black, and/or each other.

  • Campfire Jubliee
    This design is exuberantly kaleidoscopic (learn to DIY it in polymer clay here). The Campfire color scheme features red, orange, and pearlescent purple, combined together and with bits of white and black. It was created specifically to coordinate with the Glazed Carrot, Archangel, and Holly Hock colorways of Malabrigo Rios yarn, when knit together into a scarf or shawl.

  • Circus Jubilee
    This design is exuberantly kaleidoscopic (learn to DIY it in polymer clay here). The Circus color scheme features yellow, red, and pearlescent teal, combined together and with bits of white and black.

  • Circus Tortoise
    The “tortoise cane” is a subtle pattern, reminiscent of the rings on a tortoise’s shell. The Circus color scheme features yellow, red, and pearlescent teal, combined together and with bits of white and black.

  • Citrus Jubilee
    This design is exuberantly kaleidoscopic (learn to DIY it in polymer clay here). The Citrus color scheme features red-orange, yellow-green, and blue-green, combined together and with bits of white and black.

  • Cornflower Jubilee
    This design is exuberantly kaleidoscopic (learn to DIY it in polymer clay here). The Cornflower color scheme features navy blue, olive green, and turquoise, combined together and with bits of white and black. It was created specifically to coordinate with the In the Navy, Northside, and Heart of the Ocean colorways of Shirsty Cat BFL DK yarn, when knit together into a scarf or shawl.

  • Cornflower Tortoise
    The “tortoise cane” is a subtle pattern, reminiscent of the rings on a tortoise’s shell. The Cornflower color scheme features navy blue, olive green, and turquoise, combined together and with bits of white and black. It was created specifically to coordinate with the In the Navy, Northside, and Heart of the Ocean colorways of Shirsty Cat BFL DK yarn, when knit together into a scarf or shawl.

  • Cozy Retro
    The “retro cane” is common in polymer clay. You can learn more about it’s construction here. The limited edition color scheme was originally inspired by an album cover, but on its own reminds me of a cozy crocheted blanket.

  • Cozy Strata
    This design features irregular layers of all of the colors in this limited edition color scheme, which was originally inspired by an album cover, but on its own reminds me of a cozy crocheted blanket.

  • Cozy Stripes
    Simple, evenly-spaced stripes in a limited edition color scheme that was originally inspired by an album cover, but on its own reminds me of a cozy crocheted blanket.

  • Galaxy Jubilee
    This design is exuberantly kaleidoscopic (learn to DIY it in polymer clay here). The Galaxy color scheme features black, white, and glittery gold, combined with each other and with bits of red, yellow and blue.

  • Glasgow Bands
    Stripes with softened edges that blend together. This color scheme is inspired by Worldcon 2024, held in Glasgow, Scotland.

  • Glasgow Jubilee
    This design is exuberantly kaleidoscopic. This color scheme is inspired by Worldcon 2024, held in Glasgow, Scotland.

  • Glasgow Retro
    The “retro cane” is a classic circle-in-square design, popular in polymer clay. This color scheme is inspired by Worldcon 2024, held in Glasgow, Scotland.

  • Glasgow Strata
    This design features irregular layers of all of the colors in the color scheme. It’s perfect for small items like stud earrings and thin channel bangle bracelets, but still has enough visual interest to be used in larger pieces. This color scheme is inspired by Worldcon 2024, held in Glasgow, Scotland.

  • Glasgow Stripes
    Simple, clean stripes, in proportions similar to the Scottish tartan that inspired them.

  • Guster Retro
    A cool circles-in-squares design made in colors inspired by a Guster concert tee.

  • Guster Strata
    Irregular layers of color, inspired by a Guster concert tee.

  • Guster Stripes
    A wide stripe inspired by the colors in a Guster concert tee.

  • Holly Jubilee
    This design is exuberantly kaleidoscopic (learn to DIY it in polymer clay here). The Holly color scheme features red, green, and mint, combined with each other and with bits of white and black. It is perfect for festive holiday designs.

  • Honey Jubilee
    This design is exuberantly kaleidoscopic (learn to DIY it in polymer clay here). The Honey color scheme features yellow, brown, and glittery gold, combined with each other and with bits of white and black.

  • Lapis Jubilee
    This design is exuberantly kaleidoscopic (learn to DIY it in polymer clay here). The Lapis color scheme features ultramarine blue, cobalt blue, and pearlescent antique gold, combined with each other and with bits of white and black.

  • Lapis Tortoise
    The “tortoise cane” is a subtle pattern, reminiscent of the rings on a tortoise’s shell. The Lapis color scheme features ultramarine blue, cobalt blue, and pearlescent antique gold, combined with each other and with bits of white and black.

  • Lush Jubilee
    This design is exuberantly kaleidoscopic (learn to DIY it in polymer clay here). The Lush color scheme features yellow, fuchsia, and pearlescent purple, combined with each other and with bits of white and black.

  • Lush Retro
    The “retro cane” is common in polymer clay. You can learn more about it’s construction here. The Lush color scheme features yellow, fuchsia, and pearlescent purple, combined with each other and with bits of white and black.

  • Lush Strata
    This design features irregular layers of all of the colors in the color scheme. It’s perfect for small items like stud earrings and thin channel bangle bracelets, but still has enough visual interest to be used in larger pieces. The Lush color scheme features yellow, fuchsia, and pearlescent purple, combined with each other and with bits of white and black.

  • Lush Tortoise
    The “tortoise cane” is a subtle pattern, reminiscent of the rings on a tortoise’s shell. The Lush color scheme features yellow, fuchsia, and pearlescent purple, combined with each other and with bits of white and black.

  • Olive Barcodes
    The Barcode Cane features a series of stacked irregular stripes. The Olive color scheme features turquoise, olive green, and yellow-green, combined with each other and with bits of white and black.

  • Olive Jubilee
    This design is exuberantly kaleidoscopic (learn to DIY it in polymer clay here). The Olive color scheme features turquoise, olive green, and yellow-green, combined with each other and with bits of white and black.

  • Pink Calico
    The “calico cane” features a small scale pattern of tiny flowers. One of my earliest color schemes, Pink features red, maroon, and purple, combined with each other and with bits of white and black.

  • Pink Jubilee
    This design is exuberantly kaleidoscopic (learn to DIY it in polymer clay here). One of my earliest color schemes, Pink features red, maroon, and purple, combined with each other and with bits of white and black.

  • Plasmatic Barcodes
    The Barcode Cane features a series of stacked irregular stripes. The Plasmatic color scheme features yellow, dark brown, and turquoise, combined with each other and with bits of white and black.

  • Plasmatic Jubilee
    This design is exuberantly kaleidoscopic (learn to DIY it in polymer clay here). The Plasmatic color scheme features yellow, dark brown, and turquoise, combined with each other and with bits of white and black.

  • Plasmatic Strata
    This design features irregular layers of all of the colors in the color scheme. It’s perfect for small items like stud earrings and thin channel bangle bracelets, but still has enough visual interest to be used in larger pieces. The Plasmatic color scheme features yellow, dark brown, and turquoise, combined with each other and with bits of white and black.

  • Rainbow Afghan
    This design is meant to look like a granny square blanket. (Instructions for making your own version from polymer clay are available here.) The Rainbow color scheme features three primary colors (red, yellow, and blue), combined with each other and with bits of white and black. Mixing the primaries gives you all of the colors of the rainbow.

  • Rainbow Barcodes
    The Barcode Cane features a series of stacked irregular stripes. The Rainbow color scheme features three primary colors (red, yellow, and blue), combined with each other and with bits of white and black. Mixing the primaries gives you all of the colors of the rainbow.

  • Rainbow Jubilee
    This design is exuberantly kaleidoscopic (learn to DIY it in polymer clay here). The Rainbow color scheme features three primary colors (red, yellow, and blue), combined with each other and with bits of white and black. Mixing the primaries gives you all of the colors of the rainbow.

  • Rainbow Retro
    The “retro cane” is common in polymer clay. You can learn more about it’s construction here. The Rainbow color scheme features three primary colors (red, yellow, and blue), combined with each other and with bits of white and black.

  • Rainbow Tortoise
    The “tortoise cane” is a subtle pattern, reminiscent of the rings on a tortoise’s shell. The Rainbow color scheme features three primary colors (red, yellow, and blue), combined with each other and with bits of white and black. Mixing the primaries gives you all of the colors of the rainbow.

  • Salmon Jubilee
    This design is exuberantly kaleidoscopic (learn to DIY it in polymer clay here). The Salmon color scheme features turquoise, pink, and glittery red, combined with each other and with bits of white.

  • Salmon Tortoise
    The “tortoise cane” is a subtle pattern, reminiscent of the rings on a tortoise’s shell.

  • Seafoam Barcodes
    The Barcode Cane features a series of stacked irregular stripes. The Seafoam color scheme features blue and green, combined with each other and with bits of white and tan.

  • Seafoam Jubilee
    This design is exuberantly kaleidoscopic (learn to DIY it in polymer clay here). The Seafoam color scheme features blue and green, combined with each other and with bits of white and tan.

  • Seaside Afghan
    This design is meant to look like a granny square blanket. (Instructions for making your own version from polymer clay are available here.) The Seaside color scheme features turquoise, fuchsia, and yellow-green, combined with each other and with bits of white and black.

  • Seaside Calico
    The “calico cane” features a small scale pattern of tiny flowers. The Seaside color scheme features turquoise, fuchsia, and yellow-green, combined with each other and with bits of white and black.

  • Seaside Jubilee
    This design is exuberantly kaleidoscopic (learn to DIY it in polymer clay here). The Seaside color scheme features turquoise, fuchsia, and yellow-green, combined with each other and with bits of white and black.

  • Seaside Retro
    The “retro cane” is common in polymer clay. You can learn more about it’s construction here.  The Seaside color scheme features turquoise, fuchsia, and yellow-green, combined with each other and with bits of white and black.

  • Seaside Whimsy
    This whimsical stylized floral design was inspired by a painting. You can learn more about that here. The Seaside color scheme features turquoise, fuchsia, and yellow-green, combined with each other and with bits of white and black.

  • Sherbet Calico
    The “calico cane” features a small scale pattern of tiny flowers. The Sherbet color scheme features rose, mustard, and mint, combined with white, beige, and/or each other.

  • Sherbet Jubilee
    This design is exuberantly kaleidoscopic. The Sherbet color scheme features rose, mustard, and mint, combined with white, beige, and/or each other.

  • Sherbet Retro
    The “retro cane” is common in polymer clay. The Sherbet color scheme features rose, mustard, and mint, combined with white, beige, and/or each other.

  • Sherbet Tortoise
    The “tortoise cane” is a subtle pattern, reminiscent of the rings on a tortoise’s shell. The Sherbet color scheme features rose, mustard, and mint, combined with white, beige, and/or each other.

  • Spring Afghan
    This design is meant to look like a granny square blanket. (Instructions for making your own version from polymer clay are available here.) The Spring color scheme features yellow, purple, and green, combined with each other and with bits of white and black.

  • Spring Calico
    The “calico cane” features a small scale pattern of tiny flowers. The Spring color scheme features yellow, purple, and green, combined with each other and with bits of white and black.

  • Spring Jubilee
    This design is exuberantly kaleidoscopic (learn to DIY it in polymer clay here). The Spring color scheme features yellow, purple, and green, combined with each other and with bits of white and black.

  • Spring Retro
    The “retro cane” is common in polymer clay. You can learn more about it’s construction here. The Spring color scheme features yellow, purple, and green, combined with each other and with bits of white and black.

  • Swamp Afghan
    This design is meant to look like a granny square blanket. (Instructions for making your own version from polymer clay are available here.) The Swamp color scheme features blue, brown, and yellow-green, combined with each other and with bits of white and black. These colors remind me of springtime in the Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge.

  • Swamp Calico
    The “calico cane” features a small scale pattern of tiny flowers. The Swamp color scheme features blue, brown, and yellow-green, combined with each other and with bits of white and black. These colors remind me of springtime in the Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge.

  • Swamp Retro
    The “retro cane” is common in polymer clay. You can learn more about it’s construction here. The Swamp color scheme features blue, brown, and yellow-green, combined with each other and with bits of white and black. These colors remind me of springtime in the Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge.

  • Vera Flowers
    This design was created for the September 2022 Coloricombo challenge on Instagram. The colors are based on a palette used by Vera Neumann.

  • Violet Calico
    The “calico cane” features a small scale pattern of tiny flowers. The Violet color scheme features blue, fuchsia, and purple, combined with each other and with bits of white and black. It was originally created in honor of the 2022 Pantone Color of the Year: Very Peri.

  • Violet Jubilee
    This design is exuberantly kaleidoscopic (learn to DIY it in polymer clay here). The Violet color scheme features blue, fuchsia, and purple, combined with each other and with bits of white and black. It was originally created in honor of the 2022 Pantone Color of the Year: Very Peri.

  • Violet Retro
    The “retro cane” is common in polymer clay. You can learn more about it’s construction here. The Violet color scheme features blue, fuchsia, and purple, combined with each other and with bits of white and black. It was originally created in honor of the 2022 Pantone Color of the Year: Very Peri.

  • Violet Squares
    The Violet color scheme features blue, fuchsia, and purple, combined with each other and with bits of white and black. It was originally created in honor of the 2022 Pantone Color of the Year: Very Peri.

  • Violet Tortoise
    The “tortoise cane” is a subtle pattern, reminiscent of the rings on a tortoise’s shell. The Violet color scheme features blue, fuchsia, and purple, combined with each other and with bits of white and black. It was originally created in honor of the 2022 Pantone Color of the Year: Very Peri.

  

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