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Day 81

Day 80: 100 Pots in 100 days


Decided to make a bowl to hold a candle because I could. I have made ‘Pot Of The Day 99’ so the 100th ‘Pot Of The Day’ in the 100 days will appear tomorrow. I think tomorrow will have to be thought through. 

I turned the pots made by my 2nd student today – photograph below. I also turned the pots made yesterday, put slip on the vase and put slip on the jug. I will decorate the jug and vase tomorrow if i have time. 

Finally I went to The Rock Inn for supper. It is an amazing foodie experience. I had a super meal and it is well worth going and then you can come and visit us to look at the gallery. 


Pot of the Day Process Gallery


Clay type: White Stoneware

Turned and decorated

Decoration: Turned, slip cover with engraved pattern.

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Alternative Pot Process Gallery

Win a pot from the 100 days

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