clay and yarn

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crmartin's picture

Awesome!

Randy

Randy

Crafty Andy's picture

Visit Crafty Andy's Blog the ceramics are very nice and inspiring, thanks for sharing!

MMario's picture

Great pots!

A friend was getting into pottery and ceramics at one point; he made some great tiles and coasters by taking doilies his wife crocheted and using them to make impressions in the clay. He did a great bowl with the impression of the crochet in the bottom and then made the rim look corded.

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steve kadel's picture

i saw a similar thing where someone knitted sort of a jar cozy and then plastered the knitting and fired and glazed it. what came out was a "knitted" looking ceramic piece

we put birds on things

kylewilliam's picture

that's gorgeous... I had my first ceramics class last semester - I'm anxious for next semester's classes to start... I have a few ideas I want to try out there!! :)

you can see a few pieces I made on my website if you're interested...

Kyle
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albert's picture

Beautiful work! I recently saw on the Seaport yarn website covered clay pots with a little opening on the edge of the cover- the purpose is to hold your yarn ball while you're knitting.

MMario's picture

gee, they used to call those "Sugar bowls" - the notch in the lid was for the spoon handle.

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albert's picture

I thought the design seemed familiar, but I couldn't quite place it- I guess I'm not too domestic.

BuduR's picture

Very nice :) I did some pottery in high school, but we wont' even talk about how long ago that was, I'm 29 I tell you, 29! *shakes her cane in the air and wanders back to her socks*

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