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docweathers    79

In prior posts, I've sought advice on how to keep my throwing area clean. It usually looks like something exploded. Oldlady was kind enough to send me a portfolio of Pictures of well arranged throwing areas.

 

I think I may have been able to take that inspiration a step further. Your opinion please

 

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bciskepottery    925

I'd be concerned about cross-contamination issues between the porcelain and stoneware/earthenware.

 

Would also seem to appeal more to "wet" throwers than "dry" throwers.

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Lucille Oka    16

Wha's a matter fa ya?

You can't find your reason for throwing? What does the taped Allen wrench mean, 'trying to get a connection' or 'getting it all fixed', wha?

How about throwing just for the fun of it? Or start handbuilding, it is a cleaner way of working with clay barely using any water at all.

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