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11] The measurement between the vertical lines decreases toward the stem. Make the last mark just above the stem.

11] The measurement between the vertical lines decreases toward the stem. Make the last mark just above the stem.

13] Carve recessed windows out of the space between the diagonal patterns.

13] Carve recessed windows out of the space between the diagonal patterns.

14] Use a small trimming tool to carve the diamond pattern defined by the lines.

14] Use a small trimming tool to carve the diamond pattern defined by the lines.

15] Smooth the edges of the carved areas using a wet cosmetic sponge.

15] Smooth the edges of the carved areas using a wet cosmetic sponge.

10] Measure the width between the vertical lines. Mark this measurement on the vertical line, then repeat the process.

10] Measure the width between the vertical lines. Mark this measurement on the vertical line, then repeat the process.

17] Apply slip using a slip-trailing bottle to add raised texture after the carving is complete.

17] Apply slip using a slip-trailing bottle to add raised texture after the carving is complete.

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Michelle Maher's stoneware (cone 8) paper clay recipe inspired by Henry Pim's demo at International Ceramics Festival 2005. 2 parts crank clay body : 1 part paper pulp (I use 3 ply toilet roll) + 1 ml pure tea tree oil for each toilet roll used - slows down rotting! I get up to 6 months from a batch. I've been using this recipe for 10 yrs, firing to 1260 C and it's a fantastic clay body - very plastic, light, glazes well - but you must VENTILATE YOUR KILN CORRECTLY!! www.ceramicforms.com

Michelle Maher's stoneware (cone 8) paper clay recipe inspired by Henry Pim's demo at International Ceramics Festival 2005. 2 parts crank clay body : 1 part paper pulp (I use 3 ply toilet roll) + 1 ml pure tea tree oil for each toilet roll used - slows down rotting! I get up to 6 months from a batch. I've been using this recipe for 10 yrs, firing to 1260 C and it's a fantastic clay body - very plastic, light, glazes well - but you must VENTILATE YOUR KILN CORRECTLY!! www.ceramicforms.com

Terri Kern how to apply underglazes.  She uses a red clay and then applies yellow underglaze on top of earthenware.

Terri Kern how to apply underglazes. She uses a red clay and then applies yellow underglaze on top of earthenware.

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