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, looking pretty again.
I decorated a plate with something inspired by the tree I mentioned a few weeks ago. I quite like it but I think I’ll have to do some more variations yet. I also put my little Birdies all over a few big casserole dishes.
I’ve been asked to send some pots up to Fife Contemporary Arts again, I’ve had work with them before and they do very well with it. They want it for mid March though which I wasn’t counting on but I’ll see what I can do. It’s short notice but they are good people.
By the way Doug it is NOT ClayArt soon. That’s not till the end of May, I’m thinking I still have a good couple or three months to go till then! I hope so anyway.

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2 Responses to Pots and things.

  1. doug fitch says:

    Ha ha, sorry to panic you! I guess it takes me a month to make enough pots to fill my kiln so I think of that as my next big make, starting soon – mind you, May’s not far away!

  2. Hannah says:

    I know, it’s not far away at all and getting ever closer! I keep saying yes to things, heaven knows when I’ll get it all done. I hate to say no to people though and I’m still not strong enough to say yes but not now. I always think that if I say no then things will stop happening.

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