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There tends be hundreds of these to be seen around the coastal areas of the UK. They come in a variation of shapes and sizes. Better known as lobster pots but I…

After a pot is thrown you have to make sure that the bottom has a nice flat foot to sit on. This loop tool is used to carve away at access clay on the bottom of…

This is a snap of some of the wild things on my balcony.. I've “allowed” a bit of wildness to creep in.. “Weeds” are often really pretty though and easier to…

I'm a bit late putting out my Easter decorations but better late than never! My parents gave me these lovely hazel branches which are the central part of a…

Modeling 1 of 10 pots of orange marmalade I made today. Once they cool I'm going to cut out discs of pretty paper to make covers for the lids. You can expect…
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