Saturday, November 10, 2012

back to work

Next week is the Celebration of Seagrove Potters, which means there was no time to decompress from the trip north. Jeff and I had work made before we left town, so it was more a matter of finishing things up. Along with firing our gas kiln this week we also have the opportunity to put some pots in Fred Johnston's wood kiln.

The sunny dry weather helped us get things dried out for the bisque kiln.

These are Jeff's pitchers for the wood kiln

Another round of piggy banks, along with vases and bottles... YAY for my gingko vases, I got my wood firing wish!!!!

We are not stressing too much about the Celebration show. It's not our biggest event of the year, and we have plenty of inventory to bring. This year Jeff will be at the show on Saturday and I will keep our shop open at home. This is year three for us at this show and thought it was time to try something new, we like to keep life interesting...
gotta run, it's time to open the shop!

3 comments:

  1. I always love leaves, and look at the big pigs, those are super.

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  2. Best of luck at the show! It's a good feeling to be well stocked, isn't it?! Can't wait to see the ginkos after a wood firing~ mmm, delicious!!

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