>:( ugh

>so turns out that I can’t speed up the process


and make bad firing decisions.



4 responses to this post.

  1. >Oh, sorry Monica! That sucks.


  2. >What a bummer, and such beautiful mugs too! You sure can't rush pottery. I have had a few explosions myself lately. Breathe….


  3. >That really sucks… but messing up good pieces is much better than not being able to throw good pieces to mess up, right?


  4. >Next time, try a candle. Use a ramp/hold firing schedule and for the first ramp, do 80°/hour to 220°, holding there for 4-8 hours (depending on how wet the pieces are). I have bisqued some really damp stuff, but never lost any with this method!!


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