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Stone Spiral

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About Stone Spiral

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  • Birthday 09/22/1983

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  • Location
    Kootenay Rockies, B.C
  • Interests
    Rural Living
    Beeswax Candlemaking
    Handbuilt Pottery
    Character Education

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  1. Wow, cool! What a creative fix. I will let her know and we will give it a shot!
  2. Hey there, A lady who uses my studio made a mug and handle, but did not attach them together. She didn't return before they both dried out. She moistened them both, scored and slipped them, and adhered them together - but then of course as they dried they began to form cracks along the join. She's wondering if there is anything that can be done here? I don't feel confident that there is - I have always added my handles while all clay is fresh or leather hard. I do have some bisque fix I could offer her to patch the little cracks around the handles... might that work? Any advice would be
  3. Was anything else plugged in that maybe wasn't plugged in before? Like a space heater, appliance, etc? There may have been too much of a draw on the circuit if you include the other things plugged in/running in the same room/same circuit. I can't run my washer or dryer while my test kiln is firing because they are on the same circuit. It's one or the other
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