Yesterday I took advantage of the great spring weather to get several kiln loads of pots glazed and ready to be fired. I like to sort through the bisqued pots I have and separate them by what glaze I’d like to use on them. Then I glaze many pots of the same color before moving on to the next. This process allows me to make best use of my time and glazes since I don’t have to go back and forth from one glaze to the next repeated. It also helps make for more efficient kiln loading. With so many pieces ready, I never find myself with a small space left on a shelf with nothing the right size to put there.
Here are some of the pieces in the glaze load I unloaded this afternoon. The green bowl in the center, low of the photo turned out very nice.
Well – time to reload and get another batch going.
Have a great week.
Great minds think alike: I sort, glaze, and stack my kiln the same way. 🙂