Does this work?

Not sure if this is still too big, let me know. I might have to try something else.

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8 Responses to Does this work?

  1. doug fitch says:

    Brilliant, that was great to see. It looks like a peaceful place to work.

  2. Ron says:

    Wonderful Hannah. So nice to hear your voice. Love the cows mooing and the birds in the background. You have a good collection of calipers too. 🙂 ron

  3. Nice one Hannah, looks really nice you lucky thing.Matt

  4. paul jessop says:

    Very nice, I Love you Kick Wheel. do you make all of your pots on that ?.

  5. Hannah says:

    I had no idea I had begun to acquire a collection of calipers until you pointed that out Ron, the wooden one is a lovely thing but utterly useless!At the moment all pots on the kick wheel, yes. It is a fabulous place to work. Good to share it.

  6. It’s great to come to my local library where i can enjoy the high speed connection(i don’t have at home)needed to travel to your neck of the woods via your video. thanks so much. as i build my new shop it’s good to see how other potters work. what about the kiln? do you have it in one of the other buildings? those buildings and pavement are really charming! sounds like the birds are happy to be there, too. thanks for the tour.

  7. Hannah says:

    Hi Michael,My kiln, of the electric variety is in the barn with the big green doors opposite my wokshop. Stops me being gassed with the fumes!Also the workshop is pretty small so it’s good to be able to keep it and my clay over there.Glad you liked the film, the farm has been there quite a while but I don’t know how old it is I’m afraid. I should find out. Best wishes.

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