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Hello! I'm gearing up to clean out my studio tomorrow and I'm curious, where does everyone else store their finished pottery before it sells? I have mine in tubs lined with large bubble wrap, foam pieces and towels that I keep beneath shelves that stay open and clear for new pots that need trimming and glazing. Has anyone figured out a more genius approach to storing finished product and a lot of it? Thanks, Whitney
I have a question that I hope someone will be able to answer. As a newbie in the world of "ceramic molds" I came across some cartoon characters ceramic molds such as Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, and Pinnochio to name a few. Although I'm not ready to learn how to use them yet, what is the best way to store them. I should mentioned that the molds I have have two pieces. I have read conflicting information that the molds should be stored upright with the pouring hold faced down to laying the ceramic mold flat (on the flat side of the mold) with the seam line (I'm assuming this is where each side
Hi All, I have done weekly pottery classes at a local centre for a few years and am now thinking of trying to create my own pottery studio at home, having moved to a bigger house. I don't have a basement or garage, but there is a large glass and metal greenhouse at the end of the garden. The greenhouse is good quality, has electric hook up, and a cement foundation and floor. There are ceiling vents that open and close and a main door and lower vents on the other end wall. I've googled it and think this might work as a place to have a studio and fire the kiln (obviously I would