When you deconstruct these wonderful yellow bugs by Debbie Jackson, you'll see how she parlays limited colors and basic cane shapes into delightful insects with quirky personalities and a fashion sense. Even those who don't like creepy crawlies [.
At the local guild meeting Debbie Jackson brought this great polymer clay necklace she'd made. The mottled beads are done with a sprayed alcohol ink technique that she teaches (she calls them quail eggs). The other faux turquoise and scarab bea [.
Debbie Jackson rolled out her new polymer Shibori Workshop in our hometown Columbus, Ohio this month. We in the midwest are used to being a test market and two different weekend groups put Debbie through her paces. Always a textile artist, she' [.