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Mar 28, 2010 10:11 AM CST
Name: Holly
South Central Pa
Oh I just love that! I visited the link (just a quick peek) and the work is beautiful. I have always wanted to do pottery. One of the members of my HGHA is a potter and I have been thinking about finally taking classes. I will have to see how far away she is. Ric did pottery years ago, before we met. I have been doing ceramics for years. Just the easy stuff. Buy some greenware and clean it, paint it. I did have a good sized kiln about 30 years ago. I used it for making ceramic beads and pots for my macrame. It was used when I bought it and and in pretty rough shape but it was good for a couple of years and was used alot. Then I returned to full time work and didn't have the time to make anything so it wasn't getting used and it took up a good bit of space so I finally did get rid of it. Here is something I made a few years ago.

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