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"Steven Hill has not been associated with Center Street Clay for a number of years no…"

George Lewter replied Apr 2, 2016 to Why Single Fire Instead of Bisquing & Then Glaze Firing?

3 Aug 9, 2016
Reply by Jack Boyko

"Margaret's survey is a little hard to find on her Wordpress site. Here is a direct l…"

George Lewter replied Mar 1, 2015 to Survey: Once Fired Ceramics

2 Mar 2, 2015
Reply by Margaret Davies

"If your pots are no more than 3/8 of an inch thick at their thickest, i would sugges…"

George Lewter replied Jun 5, 2014 to Firing cycle for single firing

19 Sep 7, 2015
Reply by Melissa Mead

"Underglaze should not present any problems. The following might be a good clear for…"

George Lewter replied Nov 4, 2013 to Once firing - underglaze decoration with clear

3 Dec 8, 2013
Reply by Merry Arttoones, M.F.A>

"Laguna B-Mix 5 is a pretty smooth white stoneware with almost no iron or other color…"

George Lewter replied Oct 29, 2013 to Best Clays to Use for Single Firing

4 Oct 29, 2013
Reply by George Lewter

"Excellent article by Steven Hill at…"

George Lewter replied Oct 21, 2013 to Modifying a commercial glaze?

7 Oct 21, 2013
Reply by George Lewter

"Victoria raises Interesting points. Steven's firing schedule handles the cristaboli…"

George Lewter replied Sep 29, 2013 to Single Fire Question

5 Sep 29, 2013
Reply by Maggie Jones

"According to the firing schedule published in Ceramic Arts Daily - Feb 2012, the hea…"

George Lewter replied Sep 28, 2013 to Single Fire Question

5 Sep 29, 2013
Reply by Maggie Jones

"It's kind of unpredictable.  Especially with commercial clays where you don't know t…"

George Lewter replied Jan 1, 2012 to Glaze Application for Single Firing

5 Jan 2, 2012
Reply by Anne Cunningham

"This is the Steven Hill firing schedule copied from the Oregon Potters Association n…"

George Lewter replied Nov 16, 2011 to Firing cycle for single firing

19 Sep 7, 2015
Reply by Melissa Mead



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