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The Hourly Earnings Project: A Working Potter Spends a Year With a Stopwatch and a Calculator

Posted On June 1, 2011 36 Comments

It’s not as important to calculate what you should make per hour as what you actually make per hour. Having a starting place will help you make good decisions—and it may even make you feel better about how you spend your time.

Tip of the Week: Make Your Own Hydrometer for Glazing Success

Posted On April 11, 2008 1 Comment

In this week’s Tip of the Week, potter Mea Rhee of Silver Spring, Maryland, tells us how to make a homemade, low-tech hydrometer for the clay studio. Whether you go high-tech or low-tech, a hydrometer can help you achieve consistent results when glazing!