I also returned to one of my glazes that I found using Ron and John's Glossy Base from Mastering Cone Six Glazes. A few years ago I decided I wanted something minty green but brighter than the one in their book. I wanted to stick to a couple bases so chose one of their bases to work with as I was already using it in their Variegated Blue. From several different test tiles I chose this one and have been very happy with how it looks and works on my clay.
Here's another little dish with a surprise bottom or maybe not-so-surprise as you can see it peeking up on the edges.here.
Here's another little dish, great for olives, using Gail's faux foot.
I dug out my old basket weaving supplies to try some rim weaving on some bowls. I made several of these years ago but discovered I didn't have a single one left so searched through old photos to see if I could find one to remind me how I had done it. I discovered it was like riding a bike, but with the help of some old basket patterns to help me with the rim pattern.
Here's my bowl with the round reed waiting for it's weaving..... and here I go....
And finally finished ....
I've also had some fun making a few new beer vessels. I dug out my stamps to announce 'BEER TIME' which it is almost that now.......Happy creating... in the clay, the fiber, the kitchen or where ever you create!