A great handle is capable of making an ordinary pot exceptional! Learn a variety of handle making techniques that will take your work into a new realm. In this video handles are pulled, thrown, hand built, altered and discussed.
Most pottery supply stores carry a selection of cane handles for teapots. Those can be lovely, but, of course, these store-bought handles are not one of a kind. If you want to go completely one of a kind, you can make your own cane handles using binding cane and reed (available at craft stores). Sheila… Read More »
In today’s video, Sheila Clennell demonstrates this simple decorative “top knot” handle, a nice embellishment for a lidded form. Adding binding cane and reed handles to pottery is a great way to spice things up if you’re getting bored with your usual pulled or handbuilt clay handles. In today’s pottery video, Sheila Clennell gives us… Read More »