Monthly Archives: May 2009

In a Tizz

In a bit of a flap this afternoon so this is a very quick post. Trying to sort pots for Bovey Tracey, pack clothes etc for all next week and finish a cake and have a bath and all the … Continue reading

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Sgraffito jugs a drying.

Busy a day today, straight back into it again after the Spring Fling. I was wanting to unpack the bisque, glaze all the pots and repack the kiln. It was still at 110 degrees this morning which was a bit … Continue reading

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I was glad it was behind bars

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Spring Fling Day 3.

Well twenty one children later there was slip all over the place, many weird and wonderful questions asked and tried to be answered and I’d been photographed more times than ever in my life before by the chap that Spring … Continue reading

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Spring Fling Day 2.

Today I met a neighbour of none other than Mary Wondrausch. Well what a thing, she was visiting family in the region and has bought many pots from Mary over the years for her family. Another very busy day here … Continue reading

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Spring Fling Day 1.

No pictures I’m afraid, but maybe tomorrow. Today we have had lots of lovely people through the door lots of fabulous people to talk to. Loads of great tales. I met Andrew McGarva’s mother which was really exciting, and she … Continue reading

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Next time a chequered floor

What a flipping day it has been and the ‘to do’ list is still as long as my arm! So I didn’t unpack the kiln till this afternoon, blimey what a vision! That shiny glazed jug you see is a … Continue reading

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Hot tired and tired and shattered but exstatic!

This firing offers huge thanks to blogger Andrew for his constant and helpful text responses and blogger Doug.

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Important things to do. . .

So two days to go till Spring Fling and the important things to do are: tidy – a big huge tidy up is required, clean the floor, dust the pots, price the pots, pin up some pictures, get tea and … Continue reading

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Money boxes and fresh slip

Busy old day today, after trying to work out why the phone wasn’t working and having to run back up here to test it on another line before I could get BT out and then having to proof an email … Continue reading

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