Sunday, April 10, 2011

New pottery

My pottery has been getting better and more consistent. One of my friends told me they looked more 'confident,' which I thought was a good assessment. Here are a few of my latest favorites.

green & brown pear-shaped mug
green & brown pear-shaped mug

caribe & white simple mug
caribe & white simple mug

assorted cereal bowls
assorted cereal bowls

blue & white plus bowls
blue & white plus bowls.

18 comments:

Susan said...

Ok I decided.... I want a full set of dinnerware with mugs- not cups and saucers please- and some extras in case something breaks. Oh and serving dishes, yes.... These are absolutely perfect. I think you should go into the pottery business as a full time business -
just do museum stuff on the side as your hobby....

Marissa said...

I love the pear shape of the first mug, and yes, your bowls look identical. *I'M* ready for you to open shop...when will YOU be?????

Anonymous said...

I love the pear shape mug as well. I think the glaze looks wonderful too. It is very impressive.

Karen Sue said...

I'm loving your mugs! I need a new crafted one. I have a chip in mine from a 5k walk 15- or maybe 20 years ago! Bunch of store bought ones in the cupboard, but not the same...

Karen Sue said...

P.S.another chipped item I can't part with is my popcorn bowl. Time for a new one. nicely holds one package of popcorn...big enough for 2 hands

Cintia Santos said...

I loved your blog, it's just beautiful.
All his works are fantastic.
Congratulations!

Gwen said...

I navigated to your page to find the pattern for Shalom but am so impressed by your pottery. It's beautiful! I love the glaze on the pear shape mug. You're obviously multi-talented!!

Yarny Days said...

How beautiful! What an awesome skill. I love all the stuff you made.

amy said...
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amy said...

Do you sell your work or take commissions yet? I love your work.

Floriane said...

Hi Meghan,
I'm coming for the first time to your blog, led here by a link for your shalom cardigan and I spent a few hours going through your posts.
I love what you do and of course your pottery is marvelous. I wish I had such skills for such different things.
I used to study parperwork conservation in Belgium but I totally changed direction since that.
Anyway, it was nice seeing all this.
I'll come back to see if you post something new.
Cheers.

Sherri said...

Meaghan, I think your pottery is just wonderful!!

yarn_lady said...

I wandered over from Ravelry and boy am I glad I did!!! your pottery is amazing! I love your work!

eatme_delicious said...

Those look amaaaaaazing!! I LOVE pottery. That top mug is my favourite.

wondrlanding said...
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wondrlanding said...

Dear Meghan,
I received a request to translate your Shalom pattern to Hungarian. I did not want to do it without your consent. Do you give me permission to translate it?
If yes, maybe you also would like to add it (I will make a PDF) to your pattern page/blog. Please let me know, what you think about it!
(Regarding this I wrote to your Ravelry e-mail 20 days ago, too. I hope to find you here.)
Eszter (wondrlanding AT gmail DOT com)

Anonymous said...

I love your pear shaped mug! Do you have an Etsy page?

Jayceeme said...

Wow, love all your pottery items, very professional!! Colours are muted but vibrant, uderstated yest classical....would buy in an instant unfortunately shipping would be prohibitive to the UK!