Tales of the goings on at Hollyford Pottery, near the tiny village of Stockleigh English in Devon, England
uh oh...i just loaded a "too damp" bisque. i hope i don't need an after pic also.
Oh no, fingers crossed for you Keith. Looking forward to seeing your glaze firing.
OH NOOOOOOOOO!Maybe every potter does this, no matter how long they have been working?
oh no no, you speedster, slow down..
Doug, just bury it in the ground and one day when someone digs it up it'll end up in a Museum.
I have just discovered that you can put thin pots (up to about 5mm) in the kiln and heat them to 80 C for a few hours before bisque firing to dry them out. I just fired some damp mugs which I had thrown the day before in this way and they didn't crack.
Thank you Linda B, you're right, I think that long preheat is the answer
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