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By Marsha Neal Studio Welcome to the Third Friday Cone 6 Commercial Glaze Test Post. This month, instead of focusing on some glaze test resu.

Kiln Tetris - using stackable 'bead boxes' to fire ceramic beads

"Kiln Tetris" - using stackable 'bead boxes' to fire ceramic beads. tHE LINK IS A SITE full of good info for ceramic beadmaking.

Beads of Clay Blog: Tool Talk Thursday: Small Kiln Bead Racks Part I

A couple months ago I bought a bead rack from Bisque Bead Supply owned by a clay buddy I met online years ago on the Beads of Clay gro.

Smoke Firing in a Trash Can - Firing Ceramics at Home

Smoke Firing in a Trash Can - Firing Ceramics at Home

How to: Sawdust Fired Ceramics. [fun in the backyard!] video shows how we made some pottery using the technique of sawdust firing. This is something you can easily do at home as it only requires a brick-lined hole in the ground ro fire the pots.

Helen Gilmour is interested in the relationships between traditional crafts. So she decided to make traditional pottery forms – like teapots and bowls – that look like they are knitted. The result is a form that at first glance appears soft, but on closer examination has the fired strength of porcelain.   In today’s... Read More »

Ceramic Arts Daily – Making Delicate Porcelain Sculpture with Porcelain Slip and Flaxed Paper Clay. Or you can buy already made flax-based paperclay from Scarva.

Cotton doilys dipped in clay slip & kiln fired.The cotton burns away, leaving these delicate ceramics to display.

Cotton doilys dipped in clay slip & kiln fired.The cotton burns away, leaving these delicate ceramics to display. It seems lovely, but I bet the drying process would be difficult to keep the slip from cracking

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