Wednesday, February 18, 2009

I Force You To Look at My Pottery

Good Afternoon, Kittens!

I'm back from the pottery studio with a few pictures Just. For. You. Now, don't you feel special?

These would be the two vases I threw on Monday night. I think the taller, narrower one is approx. 8 inches tall. If it turns out the way I want, it will be my new knitting needle vase.

And, I threw these today. I think they will become mugs ... even though they might be a little large. They should shrink some after firing and glazing. But, people like big mugs, right?

OK. The end. You can return to your regularly scheduled evening plans now.



  1. rn terri8:15 PM

    I prefer bigger mugs. Nice pottery projects!!

  2. You never fail to get a guffaw out of Bossy. And that's just your post titles.

  3. anne marie in philly10:16 PM

    I like big mugs too!

    the knitting needle vase looks kewl...wonder what color it will be...

    mr. rogers always tells me I'm special!


  4. I love your pottery! It's gorgeous! Do you sell it anywhere? Etsy, maybe? I would love to purchase an original VUBOQ!!!

    Have you ever seen raku pottery? I have a few pieces, acquired over the years at local craft fairs, and it's some of my favorite stuff. The glazes are just so... I don't know. They're amazingly beautiful and subtle and complex and raw and elemental.

  5. Big mugs are good. I can't wait to see them finished.

  6. Big mugs = more coffee, which is always a good thing.

    You know, without all of the glazin, the shape and craft of the pots really stands out, and they are even more lovely.