Re:[teacherartexchange] cracked clay
I'm not sure, but we always let our clay pieces dry on
a piece of newsprint so as the piece shrunk the paper
would move with the clay to avoid cracks.
Just Perhaps, Woody
On Dec 6, 2006, at 3:19 PM, Carolyn Keigley wrote:
> Could anyone tell me why my students wheel thrown pots will get cracks
> in the bottom of their ware?
> And a big thank you for letting me know how to write to this list.
> Carolyn at Tahoe
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