Shaping a large bottle

Categories: Pottry Basics
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About Course

Pottery can be a mild interest, consuming little of your time or money, or it can become a major part of your life. If you are just starting out, it is a good idea to try pottery out or take a beginner’s class. If you are starting out on your own, here are some tips on how to begin.

Why Work With Clay?

Clay is fascinating and it will lend itself to your skill level, whatever it may be. Pinch pots are easily accessible to nearly everyone, including young children. You can easily learn to make a pinch pot in less than an hour.

Clay is never boring; there is always more to explore, more to try out and more to create. Be prepared for a fine adventure as you enter the world of pottery, for clay is as deep and as broad as the earth it comes from.

Where Is the Best Place to Work?

Clay is best kept to a room or an outbuilding of its own. Clay dust is fine and will not be picked up or contained by household vacuum sweepers.

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What Will You Learn?

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  • Shaping a large bottle