Friday, March 27, 2009

Yunomi


Today I made some tight yunomi for the tight folks, and some loose yunomi for the loose folks. The weather here has started to calm down a bit. Those poor buggers in the Dakotas are feeling the wrath of Mother Nature. A flood and a blizzard at the same time, hopefully the levee will hold.
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9 comments:

doug Fitch said...

Love em both ways, but I guess I'm one of the loose folk, they're beautiful

Ron said...

I'm loose for sure! Nice!

Hollis Engley said...

Yeah, loose for me, too. But I can see those other ones looking lovely in temmoku or shino.

Craig Edwards said...

Thanks for the words. Loose seems to be what my kiln likes to eat... so I've been feeding it that more and more, maybe a little shino sauce on the side. What else would you expect from a dodgy old geezer!!
Keep makin those good pots!!!

jimgottuso said...

dig 'em both but never seem to be able to make the loose ones myself

Craig Edwards said...

Jim: I know what you mean, but after awhile it was just a direction that I had to go. It does pose a lot of questions that you have to answer.. like "who the hell are you" :O)
The best... Make good pots!!

June Perry said...

They look wonderful - either way!

Amy said...

hi... just discovered your blog. i hope to woodfire some pots someday. great yunomis- that's my favorite form to make.

Craig Edwards said...

Thanks Amy... It is easy to woodfire pots... just put them in a wood fired kiln. Somehow there might be a little more to it than that. You are in a great location to realize your dreams. Enjoyed looking at your blog!!