ALWAYS test a sample of your latest clay delivery before diving in and making a ton of pots with it.
The same should be said for each new batch of glaze you make.
This small precaution can save you a lot of work and money over time.
Bear Hills Pottery
Well, after reviewing my previous post...you could be right. I pulled out a bunch of stuff that was just gawd awful. New clay body that did not match my glazes well or my kiln was too hot. Something?? So yeah, okay, you could be right.
But I will still experiment. I just now know I have a pile of bowls waiting for my sledge hammer. They simply cannot be seen.