primalmommy on wed 23 mar 05
I am concerned about what happened to Connie Christiansen's little gem
of a shino mini-teapot. I saw her note asking if anyone had seen it
after the clayart room had closed down, and I have worried about it ever
I somehow managed to come home with two of my own lids minus their baby
teapots.. I assume they got lost in the packing, wadded in kleenex or
something. There were a few that went home with friends -- including one
that had a handle woven from horse tail and chives -- but I have a few
more photos on my website of the ones that went to Baltimore.
I am still curious who got my clayart mug in the exchange.. a little
lidded jar with faces on it.. ??
Kelly Savino in Ohio
with the shop light propped on bricks, ready to plant tomatoes, eggplant
and basil in the morning.
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Laurie on thu 24 mar 05
On Mar 23, 2005, at 9:28 PM, primalmommy wrote:
> ends -- including one
> that had a handle woven from horse tail and chives -- but I have a few
> more photos on my website of the ones that went to Baltimore.
If you make those teapots any smaller they are going to completely
Are you throwing them with knitting needles?
I LOVE them!
Alas! Mine are still persistently golf ball-sized. Well, maybe a tad
larger than a golf ball.
But I have made some tiny mugs to go with them - with teensie weensie
Laurie (hoping I can go to Mel's NorCal workshop in May to show him my
little teapots in person!)
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