Ahhh, new pictures for me and for you. Exciting to have some new proper photographs of some of my pots. It seems like ages since I had any. Too late for a few of my applications but hey they’re ready for the next ones at least. These are done by Doug’s good friend Jonathan Thompson. Thanks, I like them a lot.
This week has been rather disjointed and I do feel like I am starting to wind down for Christmas already though I realise that Christmas is yet three weeks or so away so I can’t start that yet. Actually I haven’t yet managed to wind myself back up into workshop mode since I got back from my trip. I’ve a few orders yet to finish before Christmas but for the first time in about 12months no pressing next deadline. I think I am just going to gently potter and see how the fancy takes me. I made a few big chargers this week, just to see if I can’t get back to getting some through the kiln in one piece for a change.
This sunday December 4th is the almighty Corsock Craft Fair, quite possibly one of the best craft fairs you will ever attend. It’s an entry fee of £1 which gives you a wonderful supply of tea and cake while you browse some amazing quality craft work from around our region. I’ll be having a wee bit of a sale there so there may well be some bargains to be had if you so desire. It’s in the lovely Corsock Village Hall