What is Raw Glazing and Single Firing in Pottery? - Find out and learn two different methods including the benefits and drawbacks.
You have applied glaze to your pottery pieces and they are now ready for the kiln - but how long should glaze dry before firing?
So, what's the difference between pottery and ceramics? Although they have a close relationship, they are vastly different. Let me explain...
Here’s a quick guide to some common pottery and ceramic terms that you will come across when working with clay and creating new projects.
The process of working with porcelain is comparable to that of working with clay, but does porcelain needs to be fired? Lets find out...
Is Wedging Clay Necessary? - Let's take a deeper look at whether or not you should wedge clay when making pottery.
Crazing is what happens to pottery that makes its surface look like a web of tiny cracks. But is crazing in pottery bad?
There is no end to the possibilities for using manganese into pottery. So let’s take a closer look at how it is best used in pottery.
Are Low Fire Glazes Food Safe? This is one of the questions we often get asked. Find out if they are suitable in this article.
Get simple tips on how to recycle pottery. Find out what you can do with broken or damaged pottery in this helpful article.
Want to know how to get clay out of clothes? Look no further. With these simple tips you'll be removing stubborn clay stains in no time.
So, what is Bisqueware in pottery? In this beginner's guide, we'll take you through the basics of what it is and how to use it.
Want to know how to keep air-dry clay from cracking on your next project? Here are some common air-dry clay problems and how to fix them.
Learn everything you need to know about slip in pottery making, including how to make it, what its uses are, and more.