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One of the things I notice in a nearby art center, in my workshops and here on this forum is a definite desire to "Do it Right". Potters would love a clay that suits all needs, a glaze that fits this clay and techniques that work every time. ( Unfortunately that is a dream world ) The one thing no one wants to do is FAIL. Failure has become such a toxic notion that people want to avoid it at all costs. BUT ... I would bet that every experienced potter in the world has learned more from failure than they ever have from success. Open that kiln and see a load of ugly and after you pick your