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ClayCraft

#54
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.

Meet the team…

Welcome

ClayCraft

VENUE CHANGE FOR 2021 BCB

NEW EXHIBITION

Spotted on Facebook

THROWN TWO-PART BOTTLE FORM • This is a form thrown in two parts with options for three different necks to kickstart your creativity – there are, as ever, many more shapes that could be attached to make the form unique. The general principle for making is the same

LINDA BLOOMFIELD STRONTIUM IN GLAZES

SLAB BOOKENDS • This project includes the making of a mould for the side panels of the bookends, which is useful if planning to make the sets in multiples. However, if you don’t want to make a mould you can simply produce the sides in slab form

DIARY OF A STUDIO POTTER

SPECIAL SUBSCRIPTION OFFER

SHELL DISHES AND TRAY • These little dishes will be a great talking point because they look so realistic. Perfect for hors d’oeuvres (or jewellery!) you can bet your friends will want you to make them a set when they see them

HOT CLAY • Simon Gue has a family history in ceramics. He is related to the original owner of Sankey, which in its heyday as Richard Sankey and Son Ltd was the largest producer of hand-produced flowerpots in the world and the recipient of three Royal Warrants

SIMPLE HANDBUILDING PROJECTS YOUR ESSENTIAL GUIDE

POTTER’S SPLIT-LEG APRON

ORDER OUR NEXT ISSUE TODAY AND GET FREE DELIVERY

SURFACE DECORATION CREATING TEXTURE • Continuing our series on surface decoration, this month, we look at ways to texture clay. We have demonstrated some of these techniques in past issues of ClayCraft, but it always helps to have the options collated for quick reference

Doug’s DIARY

BACK ISSUES • £5.99 PER ISSUE INCLUDING P&P

FEELING SALTY – ISSUE 42’S LIDDED POTS • Lockdown with teenagers can teach you all sorts of surprising things, not least that ‘salty’ means something like ‘grumpy’. Luckily, the joy of playing with clay makes up for the times when things don’t go to plan

COURSES • Do you run a course that you’d like to see here? Email claycraft.ed@kelsey.co.uk for free inclusion in our listing


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 84 Publisher: Kelsey Publishing Group Edition: #54

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: August 19, 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.

Meet the team…

Welcome

ClayCraft

VENUE CHANGE FOR 2021 BCB

NEW EXHIBITION

Spotted on Facebook

THROWN TWO-PART BOTTLE FORM • This is a form thrown in two parts with options for three different necks to kickstart your creativity – there are, as ever, many more shapes that could be attached to make the form unique. The general principle for making is the same

LINDA BLOOMFIELD STRONTIUM IN GLAZES

SLAB BOOKENDS • This project includes the making of a mould for the side panels of the bookends, which is useful if planning to make the sets in multiples. However, if you don’t want to make a mould you can simply produce the sides in slab form

DIARY OF A STUDIO POTTER

SPECIAL SUBSCRIPTION OFFER

SHELL DISHES AND TRAY • These little dishes will be a great talking point because they look so realistic. Perfect for hors d’oeuvres (or jewellery!) you can bet your friends will want you to make them a set when they see them

HOT CLAY • Simon Gue has a family history in ceramics. He is related to the original owner of Sankey, which in its heyday as Richard Sankey and Son Ltd was the largest producer of hand-produced flowerpots in the world and the recipient of three Royal Warrants

SIMPLE HANDBUILDING PROJECTS YOUR ESSENTIAL GUIDE

POTTER’S SPLIT-LEG APRON

ORDER OUR NEXT ISSUE TODAY AND GET FREE DELIVERY

SURFACE DECORATION CREATING TEXTURE • Continuing our series on surface decoration, this month, we look at ways to texture clay. We have demonstrated some of these techniques in past issues of ClayCraft, but it always helps to have the options collated for quick reference

Doug’s DIARY

BACK ISSUES • £5.99 PER ISSUE INCLUDING P&P

FEELING SALTY – ISSUE 42’S LIDDED POTS • Lockdown with teenagers can teach you all sorts of surprising things, not least that ‘salty’ means something like ‘grumpy’. Luckily, the joy of playing with clay makes up for the times when things don’t go to plan

COURSES • Do you run a course that you’d like to see here? Email claycraft.ed@kelsey.co.uk for free inclusion in our listing


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