Saturday, November 29, 2014

Drive-by Soaping

Buttercream soap! Unfortunately it won't be ready to use until December 21.

I am squeezing in a couple of hours of studio work this morning before I have to work my day at the Holiday Pottery Shop, located in Hallowell this year. I am bisquing tomorrow and hoping - most likely in vain - that the ware I finish this morning will be dry in time. Can't put off the bisque, because the glaze firing has to happen December 8 in order to be ready for Portland Pottery's Holiday Show, my last event of the season. After that I'll be restocking the online Pottery Shop - it was just getting too picked over and needed refreshing, but all the ware I have right now is committed elsewhere.

After a day sick in bed yesterday still feeling a little rocky but up and about. Hope you all had a fabulous holiday!

4 comments:

smartcat said...

Toes crossed for great sales and good health. I am currently drying stuff under my woodstove!

Linda Starr said...

hope you feel better today and have good sales, my stuff is drying out faster than normal as the electric heat is very drying so I have to keep it covered, the opposite of the summer when I fling the windows open at night.

June Perry said...

Had a great Thanksgiving with the family but sorry to hear that you were under the weather! Hope it was one of those short bugs!
Very pretty soap - love the soft colors.

I want to do a similar pastel CP soap using a green, pink, yellow apricot color blend in a CP soap - just have to find a possible non bleeding, medium peach or apricot color for CP soap.Back to Natures garden!

June Perry said...

Had a great Thanksgiving with the family but sorry to hear that you were under the weather! Hope it was one of those short bugs!
Very pretty soap - love the soft colors.

I want to do a similar pastel CP soap using a green, pink, yellow apricot color blend in a CP soap - just have to find a possible non bleeding, medium peach or apricot color for CP soap.Back to Natures garden!

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