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KareninOttawa

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  1. KareninOttawa

    Earthenware bakers

    Thanks great feedback.
  2. KareninOttawa

    Earthenware bakers

    I'm interested in feedback on using earthenware in making of casseroles for ovenware. I glaze fire to cone 04. In the past I've made casseroles but I've received negative comments from fellow (stoneware) potters. Thanks for your comments.
  3. Doesn't look like anyone on this forum has any suggestions. Does anyone have a suggestion where else I can post?
  4. I plan to travel to SMA February 2018. I'm on the wait list for studio Barro but does anyone know of other potters willing to provide limited access? I'm looking at 2 maybe 3 days per week for the month of February.
  5. KareninOttawa

    Low Fire Glaze

    Presently I bisque at 08 and fire at 04. I think according to the article I should bisque higher can I bisque and fire at the same cone?
  6. KareninOttawa

    Low Fire Glaze

    Thanks for your reply. The 2 Frits are 3195 and 3134 do you suggest I replace one of the Frits with 3110 or just add a bit?
  7. KareninOttawa

    Low Fire Glaze

    I was using a red earthenware clay body covering it with white slip and decorating over that with a variety of underglazes. I was using Deb's clear as my glaze. I fired to cone 04. Then the glaze began to shiver off. So I switched to a white clay body eliminated the slip fired a bit lower soaked the kiln for 30 minutes and you guessed it the problem persists. My preference is to use a red clay body with slip and the underglazes. I used Pete Pinnell's slip recipe. I know its a glaze body not fitting but wonder how to fix the problem. Plus not all the pots all the time are affected but I need a reliable glaze. Am at at a loss.
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