MY STUDIO TOOK YEARS OF DREAMING, MONTHS OF PLANNING AND WEEKS FOR THE BUILD TO BE COMPLETE. THIS BLOG IS NOT MY RECOMMENDATIONS AS SUCH, IT IS MORE OF A DIARY OF WHAT WE DID, PEPPERED WITH SOME OF MY LEARNINGS. YOU MIGHT FIND IT A USEFUL ADDITION TO YOUR OWN RESEARCH IF YOU ARE PLANNING TO BUILD A STUDIO/ GARDEN BUILDING/ HOME OFFICE YOURSELF
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Suitable for beginners or folks who already have pottery experience.I’ve been making pottery spoons for years, they are so much fun and make a lovely gift. This tutorial video takes you step-by-step through the process of how to make your own pottery spoons.
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Throwing large and wide pushes the throwers skills beyond the cylinder. You have to control a large amount of clay and you are working right at the edge of your wheel where the centrifugal forces are greatest. Learn how with real time online pottery tutorials at Kara’s Pottery Club.
🎉NEW VIDEO TUTORIAL🎉 🎊How to Make Pottery Spoons🎊 • All in person teaching and lessons have stopped for me for the next few months which makes me sad😢 cuz I love watching you guys fall in love with clay BUT if you can’t come to me I’ll come to you!💖💖💖(via the magic of the interweb😉) • I’ve been making tutorials for my Pottery Club for a while and whilst we are all in isolation it felt right to start of
I use to get into such a pickle when I first started hand pulling handles. I'd mess up my freshly trimmed mugs and my handles would end up looking way too chunky. My mugs never felt very balanced. It has taken me a good few years of practice to be able to enjoy pulling handles but it was worth it. I have shared a couple of really great little tricks in this video, I'm sure you will find them useful.