Monday, September 01, 2008



(Mister Pottersblog)

6 comments:

Ellen said...

Nice job on that! Now don't you think it is easier/faster/more efficient to pull them right off the pot? :) I actually threw yesterday. Headed down to the garagio in a few to trim...

Farmer*swife said...

Wow! And, it gives such a classy look to the handle that way! I like it!!!

tt said...

I could watch you do that all day!! I'm so jealous....and I don't look particularly good in green either...lol
BTW...I forgot to comment the other day about how cute you and Mrs. Pottersblog are. Adorable!!!

Linda Starr said...

What a great demonstration. Are the cups semi firm when you are pulling these handles? I was wondering if they distort while you are holding them?

Patricia Griffin said...

Hi Gary - Great demo pics! Cup and handle look good. I'm with you -- sometimes it fits the piece to pull off the form and sometimes it's better with an "added" handle. I have a cup from potter Nick Joerling that has a pulled handle that really couldn't be done any other way.

gary rith said...

It is a leatherhard cup. I don't think pulling the handle is easy, but Patricia and I agree: sometimes it is JUST the right thing.
Thanks all!
(adorable???? ::blush::)