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Making Your Own Wood Stove Heat Shield

19th October 2010
Occasionally the shields which are presented to you neither suit your wood stove nor your taste. Right here is really a way you can make your own wood stove heat shield that may work out much less costly than purchasing one and fit in perfectly with the d... Read >
Author: Lorenzo Calhoun

How best To Top Dress A Lawn

23rd June 2010
Top Dressing is the task of applying a mixture of sand and topsoil to the surface of a lawn. The renovation process is based on enhancing the integrity of the existing grass, so as to cause as little damage as possible to what is already there. You wil... Read >
Author: Richard Harrison

What You Need to Make Pottery

16th March 2009
There are two main kinds of pottery making; one is really called ceramics and the other is working with clay on a potter's wheel. The latter requires a greater degree of skill than the former, so be prepared to go to lessons for some time before you make ... Read >
Author: Mel C

Benefits of a Earthenware Clay

24th November 2008
Even though clay is a naturally occurring material and you could use it right out of the ground, we usually use a combination of those materials blended together via a recipe in order to create a clay body with a specific set of properties. All clays have... Read >
Author: potterycritic

Steps to Wedging Clay for Throwing Pottery

24th November 2008
In this article, I am going to be talking about wedging clay. Clay wedging is the act of preparing clay for the pottery wheel in order throw your pottery. This is a very important step in working with the clay. It's essential because you need to work out ... Read >
Author: potterycritic

Black Cat Figurines

16th October 2008
Black cat figurines are very collectible and are made from many different substances. Black cats were always considered to be bad luck if they crossed your path, but black cat figurines are good luck with collectors as some of them have turned out to be v... Read >
Author: Paul Easton
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