As anybody who follows my blog on a regular basis has probably picked up, my first love with polymer clay was -- and remains -- making canes. To get good results with caning, it helps if your hands, your worksurface, the general area you work in, etc. etc. etc. are cool. If you've ever been in Mississippi in July, you know that it is very rarely COOL! And August is worse!!! So do I crank the central air up -- and my electricity bill along with it -- or do I just accept that I'm going to have to work on other things during the summer? Since I'm more into solutions than patience, I'm going to have to figure something out. Anybody have any ideas?