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littlefairyone

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About littlefairyone

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    Amanda Gregory artist of Hodge-Podge
  • Birthday 06/20/1985

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    Akron, OH
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    Anything pottery, anything arts and crafts, my dogs, volunteering with a local animal rescue, farmers markets, vendor/art/etc shows, learning and growing in my skills as an artist, and much more.

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  1. @Pres, sorry! Yes, I do 6-10 cone firings. I know my kiln can and des handle these temps well. I am also using stoneware clay. Since it’s dinnerware I plan on doing the glaze firing cone 10.
  2. This is my first post here, but I really need some guidance. I'm making handbuilt plate set (6 dinner, 6 dessert, and 2 serving plates) for a wedding gift for friends of mine. (I haven't figured out how to throw plates yet so they are slab) Anyways, I plan on doing high firing with them and would like glaze all around (i've tried to make a couple feet for them and it just hasn't worked well :( ). Do I use stilts? Is there a simple way to make feet that don't look like a first grader made them or that give to much height? How do I accomplish this?! Any and all constructive help would be appr
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