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Mixing Slip 101 Virtual Course

Mixing Slip 101 Virtual Course

Regular price $50.00 USD
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This course will cover:

  • the basics of mixing a recipe from dry materials to make a white slip
  • the different dry materials and the purpose of each in the recipe
  • a few slip recipes tested at cone 04 and cone 5/6 {low-fire and mid-range} although the techniques and skills are applicable for all temperature ranges
  • how to make the slip from your own white clay scraps
  • options for purchasing commercially available products
  • how to make recipes on a large scale for efficiency in the studio and small scale for testing recipes + developing colors.

Accompanying the video course is a 12-PAGE PACKET to support the workshop topics, recipes to build upon, and additional resources and links.

The course is 63 minutes and is available as a download to watch at your own pace.

Customers will receive a secure link to the file after the purchase is made. Because the download is generated automatically after purchase, NO REFUNDS will be given.

Please make sure you are on a computer to download, not a phone. The file size is 3.4 GB and will need to be downloaded to view. 

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    Orders will be shipped via USPS and tracking information will be provided.
    Items generally ship 1-3 days from order placement and will depart from Fargo, ND.
    Made-to-order ceramic items will ship in 6 weeks. Apparel items will be printed + shipped in 7-10 days from Printful.

  • Use + Care

    All work is made of red earthenware low-fire clay with
    food-safe glaze. It is microwave and dishwasher safe. Use it, display it, take
    it to show-and-tell, snap a photo to share on Instagram… and as a general rule
    of thumb, hand-made = hand-wash. Dishwashers are mysterious cleaning machines
    with high-pressure water jets and high-temperature water. These extremes don’t
    go well with handmade items. Light microwaving is ok, but again, ceramics
    aren’t immortal.

  • Photo = Product Likeness

    As a one-person-business, I do my best to balance creating quality products with photographing and listing each piece. Each piece is a labor of love, time, and thoughtful craftsmanship. Work is often created in multiples of the same design and one of the series is photographed. The photo of the item is an example of what you will receive, but will likely not be a photo of the exact item. I do strive to create very consistent products from batch to batch and appreciate the slight variations handmade creates. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions.

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