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Category Archives: Harvest jugs
Hurray! I got lots of pots rescued from under their plastic world today, many have been sat there for a couple of weeks. I felt a bit rusty to start with and I felt I had a lot of pressure … Continue reading
Guess who’s a happy Hannah! I am very pleased with these and tonight, just to celebrate we are off to a harvest supper in Corsock.
Chasing the little bit of shade. Good riddance to weeds in one easy move. Doug’s pots, some from the latest kiln load, jugs jugs and more jugs, fabulous shapes aren’t they, he does make some blooming fabulous jugs. I would … Continue reading
I need to have a new postcard printed of the 6″x4″ variety. I’m hoping to have a new leaflet too but that will have to wait till later in the year. This time I want a card that people will … Continue reading
How crazy is that candlestick!?! Here is the display case that I saw at Paisley museum on monday. These are all Jason’s pots and they are over twenty years old now, the puzzle jug at the back says 1981. He … Continue reading
THROW!I have been desperate to throw some pots for the last couple of weeks, some proper pots, not just the wee bowls I managed the other day. I’ve big big fat jugs on the brain all week too so today … Continue reading
Pie dishes were decorated this morning in a simplistic manner. There’s nowt like stating the obvious is there. A couple of vase forms that I made this week, there is a third one but I’ve not finished it yet. The … Continue reading
Handles on the two medievally inspired jug things that I failed to out lips on. I was too intent on throwing them to remember to do that the other day. Anyway I quite like them as they are. A rack … Continue reading
All the mugs got decorated today. Rules: they had to be quick and there couldn’t be any two the same. I think I managed to obey them. This one above had a layer of white slip and then a layer … Continue reading