Green Ham and Eggs (Fire #8)

I have been wanting to try these stacked squares.  Things I learned…  Your squares being square matters. 🙂  I will need to improve my cutting skills for consistency in the sizing of my squares.   Color matters.  There wasn’t enough contrast with the pink and the white.  It looks better in person.   I need to allow […]

Slumping – take 2 (Fire #7)

Slumping (such a silly word) can be done in a day.  I fired up the kiln at 8:45 am (Auto, Med, Slump) and it was cool by 8pm. This load is my first test to slump stringers on the wave form.  I could have put more, but wasn’t sure.  Next time, I will spend a […]

Adding Hangers (Fire #6)

If I’m going to be making wind chimes, there’s got to be a better way to do hangers.  Drilling holes kinda worked.  I need better diamond bits, more practice, and more patience.  Adding bales works, but that is going to get expensive for chimes.   For this load, trying out wire.  Silver and copper, high temp […]

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