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flowerdry

Member Since 02 Apr 2011
Offline Last Active Yesterday, 10:24 PM
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Posts I've Made

In Topic: Basic Beginner Advice

Yesterday, 10:22 PM

I really recommend that you find some way to take a class.  You certainly can learn a lot from books and videos, but nothing can beat the experience you will gain working with others.


In Topic: China Marker

Yesterday, 10:15 PM

Thanks, Min.  I'll bet this resourceful group can come up with some other uses for this.


In Topic: Community Challenge #1

30 March 2015 - 10:30 AM

" it broke while taking to kiln for bisque firing."

Robin, I too do a lot of transporting.  Bisqueware goes into boxes and then I stuff those plastic shopping bags around them.  Works great.  But tnen, maybe you don't usually have a problem and the pieces were just especially fragile?


In Topic: I'll Never Be A Real Potter.

25 March 2015 - 08:34 AM

I'm wondering how my gut wrenching, heart squeezing confession turned into a discussion of shaving off beards....

Mark, 62 is an excellent age.  Now we're old enough to know better,and still young enough to do something about it.


In Topic: I Have My Garden Of Shame

24 March 2015 - 08:31 AM

Mark, I can't even think of my reject, unwanted pieces as "trash".  That's one of the perks of non-production work...not so much stuff to get rid of.  Yes, I have pots in the garden.  Half buried and tilted equals a toad home.   Surrounding tender newly planted stuff as protection against doggie paw squash.  Holding starter plants.  Have used the trash can, but not very much.