Drum roll….The Open Kiln
Finished Glazed Koala Pots
Finished Glazed Cube Pots
Finished Koala Plant Pot with Succulent
Cube Plant Pots all finished and planted up
The Goddess of the kiln has smiled kindly upon me and I have finished my koala and cube pots…finally. I have been learning how to fire and use the kiln, and now I’ve successfully done that, I can go full steam ahead and fire work unsupervised. Watch out! I’ve been pretty happy with how they’ve all turned out. There are a few minor things to work on but on the whole I love going through all the processes and coming out with my own handmade things. The firing process really tests my patience though! At least when you cook in an oven you can have a peek every now and again but there is no way you can do that with the kiln. When the kiln is finished firing you still have to wait another 24 hours until you can actually unload and look at the work. Fingers crossed that when you open it, its all worked out.
Love and Art
Giant crochet flower motif
Giant mandala crochet motif
A la naturelle antique bottle vases with crochet covers
Mini antique milk bottles with cotton twine and brickies line crochet covers
Antique bottle vases with jewel colour covers
Crochet jute and brickies line baskets
Upcycled fabric bowls with brickies line
Spice jars with crochet covers in bright colours. Can be used for fun storage idea or put a lit tealight candle inside. Gives a great pattern and won’t burn your hand after!!
All available at this Sunday’s Guerilla craft market 10am -1pm Gate 8 workshop, 44 Phillips Street, Thebarton.
Tea, coffee and cake available too!!
Love and art