Monthly Archives: June 2008

Ceramics: And lo, there was a plate

And it was not very good: Making plates is really, really hard. This is the better one. There’s another one… somewhere. These are as heavy as iron ore from a meteorite. I think it’s pretty ugly so I’m really not … Continue reading

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Felt Book

I was prompted by an upcoming birthday to make a felt book for the gift while simultaneously making one for the lad — something I’ve been meaning to make for quite a while now. Fortunately it turned out rather well! … Continue reading

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Ceramics: Goblets

One day in ceramics class, I saw one of the grad students making goblets. I thought this was way cool and, of course, I decided I should make some too. It was harder than it looked. I do like how … Continue reading

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Dammit

I found some time to work on the quilt last week (next step, cut out the backing and baste) as well as straighten up the craft area (which is done and wonderful although I think I’m the only person who … Continue reading

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Sharp Tooth!

So the other day (er, other week at this point), my boy and I were doing some stamping in the craft room when for some reason he declared we needed to make a dinosaur. He pulled some green fabric from … Continue reading

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