Category Archives: slab dish

A Slippy Week’s Work

Phew, it’s been an awfully long and tiring sort of week this week, everything has been kind of hard work, it’s been cold and wet and windy and a bit quiet and lonely. I’ve had lots to do though so … Continue reading

Posted in big jugs, owl, slab dish, wet slip | 11 Comments

Just one more wafer thing mug sir?

It’s what you might call a full kiln. That’s every one of the Yacht Club prizes in for a bisque. That of course means that I’ve not a cat in hells chance of getting everything through in one glaze firing … Continue reading

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Slippy slippy days are back

I’ve been slipping pots this last week, trying desperately to be careful and not spend too long doing any one thing before stretching and moving about and trying not to hunch over and trying not to over do it. Any … Continue reading

Posted in H M The Queen, Jools Cox, Natalie Vardey, Orchard Project, slab dish, Solway Yacht Club | 6 Comments

Baskets and pots from across the sea.

There’s nothing like a bit of pressure is there to set you off making new things. For months and months now there has been in the planning a joint exhibition between the Scottish Potters Association and the Scottish Basket Makers … Continue reading

Posted in Holis Engley, Scottish Basketmakers Circle, Scottish Potters association, slab dish, willow | 3 Comments

Cold again and crisp as a crisp thing.

A busy old day today, lots of pots to be packed and posted out, a new delivery being sent to The Royal Exchange Craft Shop in Manchester and a few individual orders that I got from having a pot pictured … Continue reading

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