Sunday, October 25, 2015


Anyone who visited us at the log cabin studio,  knows how jammed packed our small space was. It's now empty, and last Wednesday we did a final cleaning!

 It was a huge relief to get it done. All that's left to move is the kiln. We will fire it once more before the Celebration of Seagrove Potters show and then start deconstruction. It's a small kiln so it should go quickly.

The rest of our days and evenings have been spent scraping paint and priming walls in our new space. The ceiling is painted plywood. Power washing removed a lot of peeling paint but there was still quite a bit of scraping to do. After scraping, we washed it with TSP and water. 
Last night Jeff started to texture the ceiling with a mixture of paint and joint compound. It will help to hide roughness of the plywood. He experimented with a few textures before deciding on what looks and works the best. Such a messy job! He was covered in paint and joint compound by the end of the night. His time spent as a drywall hanger, in his youth, has served us well.

It's exciting to see our new space come together. Progress this week should be very big...
stay tuned for updates!


  1. So great to see your progress moving along so well! Kudos to you both!

  2. Wow oh Wow! So much work and so much progress! And big windows filled with light.....😊 So nice to read and see all the progress...... Amazing!! And still time to make pots!! You guys rock!

  3. love your top photograph, every thing looks wonderful

  4. Yes, your new photo of work at the top is inspirational! Glad you are settling in!

  5. It's great to see everything coming along so well. Boy, could we use a drywall finisher the next few weeks!!

  6. Jeff = super handy :) I LOVE the borown teapot in the header. Exquisite shape and decoration.

  7. I’m exhausted just reading about your move and all you are doing while also trying to make pots for shows and such. Y’all are amazing.


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