They say it’s a poor workman who blames his tools, and while that’s true, it sure is wonderful to have nice tools!
It wasn’t until I invested in a quality pasta machine that I started to feel serious about my polymer clay art.
The first one was in 2013, a “monafied” Atlas 180.
Since then Ed Street started powder coating these machines, and wow, they are gorgeous!
When the time came to get a second machine for my recording studio, of course I wanted one of these pretties.
I requested mine to blend from teal/turquoise to purple. It makes me so happy to look at it!
Check out the video to learn why I love both these machines and see if they’d be a good fit in YOUR creative space.
- Can’t afford an Atlas right now? Here’s a less expensive clay machine
- Anna Belchi’s figured out the trick to cleaning the pasta machine in less than 5 minutes (without losing your mind!)
- How to roll even sheets without a pasta machine
- Ed Street’s page
- Mona Kissel’s page
- Polymer clay tools playlist
- Measuring Thickness on Pasta Machines
Enjoy the video, happy creating!
Watch the Why I Paid $180 For This Pasta Machine video on YouTube.