Don’t Watch this Video if You Get Dizzy Easily

Or maybe you can?

I wanted to take this opportunity to share this short video of throwing one of my vases. And announce that we now have a youtube channel!  You can connect with us there, and I am planning on doing some more videos of my work on the wheel.

Have you ever thrown anything on a pottery wheel? If so, what did you make? If not, what would you make?

What did you think of the video?


    1. Thank you so much for your kind words! Painting is also a very fun activity! I hope your day goes very well,

  1. Really enjoyed your post! I think you made it look easier than it is, though. 😉 I’ve never thrown pottery, but as a kid, I did fashion a very thick and clunky mug from clay once at camp. 😄

    1. Thank you for your very kind words! I made a few chunky mugs as well, but I was not a kid 😉 Thank you for your kind words, and I hope you are having a great day!

      1. Thank you! I wish I was! I went through many of my initial projects I created when learning this year and there was some pretty wonky pieces!

  2. Amazing video! I’m new to following you — I never tried pottery, an art that just seems beyond me. I think it’s because I don’t have steady hands. But as Forged Mettle Farm says, you make it look so easy!

    1. Thank you for your kind words! It did take some time to learn, but once you do, it is a skill you always have. I also wondered why it took me so long to learn it! LOL Thanks for following!

    1. It has been a big addiction for me. I can’t imagine not making pottery. Thanks for your kind words!

    1. Thanks for your kind words and taking a peek at the youtube channel. The total time of the video was bout 10 mins or so from start to finish before the speed was increased. I also typically spend some time later smoothing the surface of the vase again and do a bit more trimming and shaping of the base that was not shown.

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