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  • Kim Andrews

    Grilling Season: How to Pit Fire Pottery Using a Good Old-Fashioned Charcoal Grill, By Sumi von Dassow. Pots on the barbie; greenware placed on top of the cooking grill while the charcoal preheats.

  • Patty Smith

    Grilling Season: How to Pit Fire Pottery Using a Good Old-Fashioned Charcoal Grill - Wow, cool idea!!

  • Robin Mitchell Cranfield

    ok -- just popped into head -- obviously not this for a craft tuto, but just a reminder that some pottery with modelling clay or something safe with clay, ie a pinch pot would be great. just no time to find the right pin. For the ceramicist without access to an enormous kiln, you can actually throw your pottery on a grill for a DIY alternative. Check out this guide for the how-to. Via: Ceramic Arts Daily

  • Laura Proudman

    Grilling Season: How to Pit Fire Pottery Using a Good Old-Fashioned Charcoal Grill :: Ceramic Arts Daily

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