Thursday, 9 September 2010
My Hops arrived from Kent on Tuesday
and I put them up straight away as suggested in the box.
I love having them in the showroom, they add a certain something.
Hops I think!
The draw for the Competition is going to be held Tomorrow night
so if you want to be in the draw you still have time to leave a comment
on the 400th Post.
So far there are 22 names to go in the hat
so you have a 1 in 22 chance of winning at the moment.
I'm going to use the summer hat for the draw.
I took a bit of time out to go and visit Doug Fitch.
Doug has been a great help to me since we found each other via a Blog
about Fremmington clay.
Alex mcerlain was there helping with the Kiln firing, and it was
nice to meet him for the first time.
I love Doug's work
such rich colours and beautiful full bellied shapes.
Doug's showroom is looking good.
This is the best one of these Cider jars I have ever seen, Ever.
This should be snapped up by a Museum
or a collector as a fine example of the art.
and on the way home a Rainbow.
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