Category Archives: birdie

Two in a Row

Second glaze kiln out with happy new pots in it. Can I breathe a sigh of relief? Well I don’t quite want to risk it yet but what it does mean is that some of these new wee plates are … Continue reading

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Hard days with really nice surprise bits

I had visitors on monday, two of them, first this little mite who accidentally ended up in the workshop, I think he was aiming for the bird feeder but missed. Very sweet he was, had to pick him up and … Continue reading

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Today's mission. . .

To have fewer pots under plastic at the end of the day that at the beginning, as simple as that. Some in the sun to dry, and some clay to dry in preparation for glaze mixing tomorrow. Some slipped and … Continue reading

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Here come the birdies.

This year has been interesting in the fact that I think the pots that I am making at the moment for orders are the first biggish batch that I have made with the Birdie design on them since before Christmas. … Continue reading

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A complete day of slipping

I spent the entire day bar an hour at the end decorating pots, the floor is now awash with splashed slip especially from the one moneybox that I dropped from about 2 foot above the very full bucket of beautifully … Continue reading

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Wee Birdies.

That’s all the now.

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Pots and things.

Been a rather busy couple of days, too busy for much blogging. I’m glad Lizzie finally managed to have a look, she’s been promising me she’ll look for ages. She had a bunch of freshly cut willow brought over yesterday, … Continue reading

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