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ClayCraft

#52
Magazine

ClayCraft magazine is a must-have for ceramic enthusiasts, packed with fun and inspirational pottery projects for all levels. A monthly subscription of ClayCraft magazine offers an exciting mix of information and inspiration on the world of ceramics, with practical step-by-step projects, essential clay choice and design tips, as well as interviews with individual pottery makers. Whether you are a beginner to the world of pottery, a student or a professional, ClayCraft magazine is an essential read for makers at any level. Inside every issue, you’ll find advice for pottery novices who are brand new to the world of ceramics, tips for intermediate makers looking to improve their skills and challenging projects for the professional clay makers out there. If you’re looking for a ceramics magazine that combines inspiration and information on the popular world of clay making, then ClayCraft magazine is the perfect read for you.

Welcome

Meet the team…

ClayCraft

ONLINE TECHNICAL COURSES

Wood, Salt and Soda Exhibition is now open daily

COCKPIT ARTS

HARROW OPEN STUDIOS MAIN EVENT

THROWN BOWL • There is something very satisfying about throwing bowls. They’re the most functional of items, and not greatly challenging to produce even though there are so many options for size and proportion. You can use this little bowl in the kitchen or for decorative purposes; the choice is yours!

Clay Craft PRIORITY ORDER FORM

Subscribe to Clay Craft

DIARY OF A STUDIO POTTER

OLIVE DISH • This dish is designed to serve olives, but, of course, you could use it for any number of foods. The little bowls at the sides are handy for cocktail sticks, oil for dipping your bread, or even for olive stones. It’s a handy dish that will grace any table

LINDA BLOOMFIELD USING CALCIUM IN GLAZES

CRACKER TRAY • This is a simple item to make, but you can’t tell that from the finished product, which looks stunning decorated in bold colours that contrast really well with the red clay. You can make these trays in any size, and they can, of course, be used to serve all kinds of food

Clay Craft BACK ISSUES

POTFEST • Matt Cox explains how he and the team coped with last year’s restrictions, and what this year holds for the Potfest shows

LARGE DISH • We all need a large dish from time to time, and this one is perfect for any number of uses, from pasta to salad, for bread or fruit, or to use as a decorative bowl to hold odds and ends. It’s also quick and easy to make, which is always a bonus!

SIMPLE HANDBUILDING PROJECTS YOUR ESSENTIAL GUIDE

SURFACE DECORATION

Doug’s DIARY

Confessions of a novice A deep dive into hashtags • Advice about growing an Instagram following often seems to come from those with hundreds of thousands of followers, but ‘the algorithm’ moves so fast that the way they got there may no longer be relevant. How do we get started and go from a few hundred followers up into the thousands?

COURSES

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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 84 Publisher: Kelsey Publishing Group Edition: #52

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: June 17, 2021

Formats

OverDrive Magazine

subjects

Crafts

Languages

English

ClayCraft magazine is a must-have for ceramic enthusiasts, packed with fun and inspirational pottery projects for all levels. A monthly subscription of ClayCraft magazine offers an exciting mix of information and inspiration on the world of ceramics, with practical step-by-step projects, essential clay choice and design tips, as well as interviews with individual pottery makers. Whether you are a beginner to the world of pottery, a student or a professional, ClayCraft magazine is an essential read for makers at any level. Inside every issue, you’ll find advice for pottery novices who are brand new to the world of ceramics, tips for intermediate makers looking to improve their skills and challenging projects for the professional clay makers out there. If you’re looking for a ceramics magazine that combines inspiration and information on the popular world of clay making, then ClayCraft magazine is the perfect read for you.

Welcome

Meet the team…

ClayCraft

ONLINE TECHNICAL COURSES

Wood, Salt and Soda Exhibition is now open daily

COCKPIT ARTS

HARROW OPEN STUDIOS MAIN EVENT

THROWN BOWL • There is something very satisfying about throwing bowls. They’re the most functional of items, and not greatly challenging to produce even though there are so many options for size and proportion. You can use this little bowl in the kitchen or for decorative purposes; the choice is yours!

Clay Craft PRIORITY ORDER FORM

Subscribe to Clay Craft

DIARY OF A STUDIO POTTER

OLIVE DISH • This dish is designed to serve olives, but, of course, you could use it for any number of foods. The little bowls at the sides are handy for cocktail sticks, oil for dipping your bread, or even for olive stones. It’s a handy dish that will grace any table

LINDA BLOOMFIELD USING CALCIUM IN GLAZES

CRACKER TRAY • This is a simple item to make, but you can’t tell that from the finished product, which looks stunning decorated in bold colours that contrast really well with the red clay. You can make these trays in any size, and they can, of course, be used to serve all kinds of food

Clay Craft BACK ISSUES

POTFEST • Matt Cox explains how he and the team coped with last year’s restrictions, and what this year holds for the Potfest shows

LARGE DISH • We all need a large dish from time to time, and this one is perfect for any number of uses, from pasta to salad, for bread or fruit, or to use as a decorative bowl to hold odds and ends. It’s also quick and easy to make, which is always a bonus!

SIMPLE HANDBUILDING PROJECTS YOUR ESSENTIAL GUIDE

SURFACE DECORATION

Doug’s DIARY

Confessions of a novice A deep dive into hashtags • Advice about growing an Instagram following often seems to come from those with hundreds of thousands of followers, but ‘the algorithm’ moves so fast that the way they got there may no longer be relevant. How do we get started and go from a few hundred followers up into the thousands?

COURSES

≫ ORDER OUR NEXT ISSUE TODAY AND GET FREE DELIVERY


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