Sorry for the short notice, I have just heard of another Spring pottery tour being put on by The Clay Collective. It includes the Cambridge, Lake Mills and Johnson Creek area of Wisconsin and it happens this weekend April 39th and May 1, 2022. I’ve been to some potteries in this area athere are some great potters and it’s a beautiful part of the country.
Here are some links to the site and the potters that are participating.
The Clay Collective
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Every year St. Croix Valley Potters have a studio tour and you can go visit the artists and buy so amazing pots. This Year it’s being held May 6th, 7th and 8th with special selection available May 5th. Details at this link minnesota potters Each location has multiple potters and it very cool. Because of the pandemic the tour has gone virtual this year. I’m not affiliated with this group but I was able to attend several years ago and have purchased virtually as well. It’s very cool and a neat way to find some treasures to add to your collection.
Here is the link to the list of the potters as well as the web stores Minnesota Potters participants or visit their web site Minnesota Potters.
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In my last post I talked about slump, hump molds but I forgot another company that have traditional wooden hump molds Bamboo Tools. They also have an ingenius slump mold that you can use to make square, rectangular, a mold for hexagon and another for octagon plates. You can get them in wither a 1 1/4 or 2 1/4 depth. you can see them here Bamboo Adjustable Molds.
While you are at their website check out their Bamboo adjustable pot gauge perfect for repetition throwing.
I have not used the products from BambooTools and this is not a compensated endorsement.
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