email@example.com on fri 12 feb 99
Just want to add that I am skipping the paper part of the process and using
wood powder that gets cleaned out of the sanders at the woodshop down the
road. It takes me afew minutes to pour parts out onto a big tray to grab
out the bits of this and that and into the already-blended slop it goes.
It makes GREAT paperclay. And I love that all the refining that goes into
making paper isn't going into the clay just to be burned out.
Eleanora Eden 802 869-2003
Bellows Falls, VT 05101 firstname.lastname@example.org