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that single firing book, and others...

updated tue 28 nov 06

 

Edouard Bastarache Inc. on sun 26 nov 06


LP,

the URL is :

http://thepottersshop.blogspot.com/


Later,



Edouard Bastarache
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L. P. Skeen on sun 26 nov 06


Y'all don't forget, 'tis the season for the big sale at The POtter's
Shop in Needham MA, owned and operated by fellow Clayarter Steve
Branfman. They have their catalog online now, and of course I don't
remember the URL, except that it is at Blogspot.com . So, go there and
look for The Potter's Shop, or Steve Branfman...or maybe someone w/ a
better memory than mine can post the URL again.

Lisa in Summerfield, NC, where there are only 14 calendars remaining...
http://www.living-tree.net/calendar.htm

Lili Krakowski wrote:
> There is an excellent book on single firing: "SINGLE FIRING: the
> pros and cons," by Fran Tristram. It is a wonderful book. Plenty
> of copies on the 2nd hand/used book market. Yes, it will end up
> costing you some $30....but, as I boringly repeat: firing
> disappointing kilns costs money too.....If a book or two will help you
> to successful pots, the money is well spent.

Marta Matray on mon 27 nov 06


hey lisa,
its easy to remember!!!
catalog online at: www.thepottersshop.blogspot.com
e-mail:
PottersShop@aol.com

doesnt get much easier than that...
:)
cheers, marta

http://www.mypots.com/Marta.htm
http://www.martamatray.com
http://www.angelfire.com/mn2/marta/

L. P. Skeen wrote:

>Y'all don't forget, 'tis the season for the big sale at The POtter's
>Shop in Needham MA, owned and operated by fellow Clayarter Steve
>Branfman. They have their catalog online now, and of course I don't
>remember the URL, except that it is at Blogspot.com . So, go there and
>look for The Potter's Shop, or Steve Branfman...or maybe someone w/ a
>better memory than mine can post the URL again.

L. P. Skeen on mon 27 nov 06


See, I knew someone else was more organized than I...

L
http://www.living-tree.net/calendar.htm

Edouard Bastarache Inc. wrote:
> http://thepottersshop.blogspot.com/