This studio is the place where nature, history, and polymer clay meet. It’s named after Missouri’s official fruit tree, the Pawpaw, which grows nearby, and classes are led by Cyndi Cogbill, a former naturalist at Prairie State Park. Cyndi pairs her extensive knowledge of nature and area history with her skill in crafting polymer clay, offering a one-of-a-kind experience for her students.
Items created in classes at Pawpaw Patch Productions include earrings, trade beads, vases, night lights, window clings, figurines, and more. The studio is open during classes or by appointment.