Rhythm and Repetition: A Step-By-Step Guide to Making Multiples
November 5, 2014
Making multiples is a common and challenging endeavor for potters. To successfully accomplish this task, you need to have a well considered plan of attack. Sean O'Connell figured out...
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Belgian potter Russel Fouts has done a great deal of experimenting with various “permeable” resists and today, he shares some of the results of his experimentation.
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How to Make Simple Handmade Aprons for the Ceramics Studio
October 29, 2014
Carving with Care: How to Carve Exquisite Patterns on a Mug
October 24, 2014
There is something about carving into leatherhard clay that is so satisfying. It's probably why trimming pots is my favorite part of throwing. But using carving as a decorative...
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Making Lidded Jars That Work Together Like a Happy Marriage
October 22, 2014
How to Throw a Large Serving Bowl in a Bisque Mold
October 17, 2014
In today's post, Frank James Fisher shares his technique for throwing in two parts to make what he calls a petal bowl because of the flower-like rim treatment.
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