All packed up.

Kiln unpacked this morning, all lovely and even and some rite nice pots in there to take with me down to Devon. We’ve collected the van and it is all packed up and ready to go.

Sister to the big honey plate on yesterdays blog, these are about 16″ diameter I think.

Big bowls! Well for me at least, I liked this one, it’s probably just over 12″ across. Am planning to try a bigger one when I get back. I like the technique a lot.

A “Two Fat Bird” jug, these are fun, the birds are different on each side.

All packed, see you in Devon.
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7 Responses to All packed up.

  1. Ron says:

    Hannah, I hope the show is a good one. The pots look grand. Interesting to see you fire some things on stilts.

  2. Hannah says:

    I fire all my jugs pretty much on stilts but not much else. How about you?

  3. paul jessop says:

    Hey, all packed up and somewhere to go. it should be any easy ride down, just let go of the hand brake and it’s all down hill, put your feet up and relax.

  4. Ron says:

    No stilts for me yet. Does it help with seepage? I don’t seem to be having any problems but I haven’t let them sit full for long. Hell it’s few and far inbetween that I make a decent jug anyhow, maybe once I get some good one’s I’ll fire them on stilts.You gals have fun on the trip.

  5. ang says:

    wow that’s some pack, happy road trip..and have a good weekend.

  6. Hannah says:

    I think stilts help you scratching old oak dining tables (if you have an old oak dining table.) I just like the glazed bottoms. That’s all. The sgraffito ones don’t have glazed outsides and they seem to not seep.

  7. Ron says:

    We DO have an oak dining table! Guess I’ll have to have one of those jugs with the glazed bottom.

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