Category Archives: 8lb jugs

February Already?

I love the pancheon shape but have never made them before. They tend to be simply slipped and stunning for it and I figured that diidn’t match me too well. I just realised this week that they didn’t have to … Continue reading

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When it’s good it’s very very good and when it’s bad it’s horrid.

Wow! It’s a lovely sunny September time here in south west Scotland. Perfect drying weather for my pots. Thank goodness! I’ve been throwing and handling and slipping and trying to get through my list. After what feels like months of … Continue reading

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Friday Friday

A day of slipping pots. I’ve gotten a lot of things done today, feels good, made a big dent on the list. I even sieved my big bucket of glaze that I’d left soaking, well I sieved it through the … Continue reading

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The press ups paid off!

I don’t like to boast but I just caught this zebra struggling to get a drink out of one of my jugs.

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So far so good.

Well my kiln is full of plant pots and lots of pyrometric cones so as I can see what it is capable of at least. I really need to start getting things through and finished, time is marching on. It … Continue reading

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