Monthly Archives: August 2012

Busy week but little to show

It’s been a week of doing lots of things but getting to the end with very little to show for it which is rather frustrating for me. Leaves me feeling like I wasted the time somehow. Last weekend I went … Continue reading

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Alex McErlain and Alice Kettle

Do you remember these pots from my February firing? They were made in Hollyford clay by Alex McErlain and fired up here in the gap between the floor of the chamber of my kiln and the first shelf. Here they … Continue reading

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Hannah McAndrew Slipware Potter My Day 16th August 2012

Well I unpacked the glaze kiln after the power cut firing. Flip my glazes like a 4 hour soak so they do. Damn! Runny black slip, so tasty. Spent the day packing up pots in my newly acquired banana boxes. … Continue reading

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Hannah McAndrew Slipware Potter, My Day

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Help Me Choose Please

1. Three Fat Slip Trail Wood Fired Small Jugs. 2. Two Slip Trail Wood Fired Medieval Shaped Jugs. 3. Conversation with five Slip Trail and Sgraffito Wood Fired Jugs. 4. Slip Trail Wood Fired Medieval Shaped Jug. 5. Slip Trail … Continue reading

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Summer Time And Getting Ready For Winter

Where does the time go? One minute I am all packed up for a rather chilly, damp, mud spattered Potfest in the Park, the next I am home after a weeks holiday and a week back in the workshop and … Continue reading

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