Catching up with my glazing

It’s been a very strange week, I have not had a lot of time to make anything new, and it’s bitterly cold out there. So I brought my glazes in to work by the log burner and finish some pots that have been sitting around for a while.

My tableware pieces with the tried and trusted Botz glaze came out fine but I’m getting pinholes with the Amaco Potter’s Choice glazes.

I can’t wait to use my dishes over the Christmas period, although we won’t be having Christmas dinner off them as I don’t have any large plates yet.

I fired the last 2 diet / breakfast plates : )

The square dish was handbuilt, I made it for crumble, or shepherd’s pie.
Kiln Fired ArtThis dish is intended for roasting vegetables, it’s my widest piece yet at 26 cm.Kiln Fired ArtServing dishes or pie dishes?Kiln Fired ArtThis is my first lidded pot, if you remember the lid got stuck while it was drying and I almost lost it but it turned out ok in the end.

Kiln Fired ArtI was really pleased with this large jug when I threw it but it is a bit on the heavy side, I might have to cry about it πŸ™‚

Kiln Fired ArtI love eating off my own ceramics, that’s what they are for after all.

I think this will be my last blog post until after Christmas so I’m wishing you all a very Merry Christmas. Xx

About eganj1

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9 Responses to Catching up with my glazing

  1. They are all beautiful I love this blue glaze… Maybe you could use the jug as a vase instead and make a new one 😊😊😊
    Merry Christmas to you and your family Jill πŸŽ…β›„πŸŽ„

  2. eganj1 says:

    Hi Elaine,
    yes I think I will do that when I’ve made a thinner one, it will look lovely on my kitchen windowsill. I hope you have a lovely Christmas too. xx

  3. Rena Solis says:

    Merry Christmas to you and those you love. I so enjoy your blogs and thank you for sharing. May the new year have lots of happiness waiting for you,

    • eganj1 says:

      WThank you Rena, it’s always lovely to hear from my blog readers and that they enjoy my posts. I hope you have a wonderful Christmas too. Xx

  4. I think the year ahead is going to be a good one creatively, so looking forward to it. Hope you both have a wonderfully relaxing Christmas. xXx

  5. eganj1 says:

    Thanks Annie, I think you are right, and I wish the same for you. Best wishes and enjoy tyour Christmas xx

  6. Laney says:

    I love this glaze. Your dishes would make even a boring dinner look amazing πŸ˜€

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