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June 25, 2008

Today, readers share more good ideas for using old credit cards in the ceramic studio, plus a host of other great ceramic tips!


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June 23, 2008

With these simple tools, Daryl Baird shows you how to make your own custom extruder dies.


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June 20, 2008

Making citrus juicers on the wheel is a fun and deceptively simple little project. Juicers are handy additions to any kitchen and make great gifts too. In today’s Video...
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June 13, 2008

Today’s video comes from my good friend and instructor Lisa Bare Culp. In this video, Lisa gives a refresher course on throwing good strong bowls on the potter’s wheel,...
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June 11, 2008

Ceramic artist Andi Fasimpaur explains her simple technique for making roulettes, or rolling stamps, for decorating pottery and ceramic sculpture.


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June 9, 2008

Paveen Chunhaswasdikul repurposed an empty glue bottle to come up with this all-in-one tool to use when adjoining two pieces of clay.


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June 6, 2008

If you want to throw big forms, but think you don’t have the muscle for it, this Video Tip of the Week is for you. For me, large pots...
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June 4, 2008

Jeannean Hibbitts tells us how to make this handy glaze storage system. Not only does it make glazing easier on the back (less bending over the glaze bucket), but it...
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May 30, 2008

Today Simon Leach shares another technique with us from his sunny studio in Spain. The “squashed vase” or “purse pot,” as he calls it, is a great form to...
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May 28, 2008

When throwing pots for long hours at a time became too much for ceramic artist Marlene Jack’s wrists, she altered the way she worked, putting more emphasis on handbuilding...
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