65 Polymer Clay Cane Tutorials

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Polymer clay projects are generally composed of a base and a decorative outer surface. For many projects the decorative surface is crafted from an attractive cane.

Polymer clay  canes can be used to cover useful objects, to create jewelry and to build mosaics. In the opinion of many crafters, a good polymer clay cane, is an art form in itself.

Here are 65 of my favorite polymer clay canes, broken down into categories for ease of use.

Faux Gem Polymer Clay Canes

Woodgrain Canes

Polymer Clay Fruit Cane

Symbolic Polymer Clay Canes

Flower Polymer Clay Canes

Jellyroll Polymer Clay Canes

Geometric Polymer Clay Canes

Polymer Clay Face Canes

Animal Polymer Clay Canes

Striped Polymer Clay Canes

Polymer Clay Leaf Canes

Lacy Polymer Clay Canes

Novelty Polymer Clay Canes

Advanced Polymer Clay Canes

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Comments: 9

  1. Cat Therien says:

    Hi Craft Stew!

    Thanks for including a link to my polymer clay peony cane. I’m honored by the inclusion with such stellar works as those listed.

    Kind regards,

    Charlene (Cat) Therien
    Owner/Lead Artist, C. A. Therien Polymer Clay Arts

  2. iris mishly says:

    thank you for including my zipper cane! i have some cool tutorials in my etsy site too 🙂


  3. Wow, all I can say is thank you for putting this list together and thank you to those who contributed. I made a catagorized cane list for myself a couple of years ago, but nothing as great as this. Thanks.

  4. steph says:

    hey, awesome tutorials, cheers guys. but wondering where the tutorial is for the image at the top of the purple/ turquioise squiggly one? looks so cool,
    CHEERS! x

  5. Georgeanna Franks says:

    I love these tutorials but like Steph, I was wondering where the tutorial for the beautiful cane at the top of this page is located. I thought I saw it once but now I can’t find it.

  6. marie says:

    Thanks for putting a lovely list of links together and including me in several places.
    I really appreciate it.
    The cane stack from above is from the ripple blade tutorial here:
    It is a jelly roll I believe.
    Blessings all over you,

  7. Lynnea says:

    Do you have any suggestions on where I can find directions on how to make a Shamrock or Clover cane for St. Patrick’s Day?

    Thank you,


  8. Thanks for including tutorials from Polymer Clay Polyzine. We are always happy to share our archive files with your readers.

  9. sally austin says:

    I also was wondering where the lovely purple turquoise cane tutorial can be found.

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