A very pretty unisex cuff inspired by the Native American cuffs, using the Navajo rug pattern cane I made in this tutorial:
You can buy the easy-cuffs at
You can find the gum stimulator to imitate sewing here
I used black Souffle to imitate the leather because it seemed to fit color-wise better than brown, with the colors I had chosen for the cane. If you have chosen different colors for your cane, you can use any of these other Souffle colors for the faux leather part: Latte, Cinnamon or Cowboy.
I buy my Premo and Pardo clays and many other supplies from PolyClay Play.
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