But here are a few pictures of things waiting to be picked up by Serendipity Quilt Shop in Delaware. You may remember that she has requested chickens, quilts and the beach! With a few sheep thrown in for good measure.
I had a special request for a chicken yarn bowl. What do you think?
And then of course there is the rest of the livestock....
And a sheep of a different breed. Jacob Sheep have FOUR horns. There are a few vendors at these festivals that sell their wonderful wool.
While I waiting for the pots to dry (remember that are currently slowly heating to 1888 degrees in my kiln as I write this) I helped celebrate Earth Day with my local Spinners and Weavers Guild. It was a beautiful day after such a long cold winter!
That's yours truly working on the Earth Loom.
Fingers crossed that NEXT Saturday will be as beautiful!
Love the pottery. Just had my morning chai in my piggy mug. Always makes me smile. Love ya my dear.
sheep on the beach and sheep in a boat. So fun :)
Ohmaigoodness Anna! Those are great and those sheep in a boat! Seriously, I'm dying! Love it!
Adorable mugs! ...and a pretty cool yarn bowl too.
Anna, love everything. Sheep on the beach and that chicken yarn bowl is so cute.
Ich bin begeistert.
Thank you Friederike! I couldn't get google translator to work so had to email my Mom! :)
Thanks everyone! Kiln is at 300 degrees. Waiting patiently (?) for it to cool down to 200 so I can open it up and start unloading....
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