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« Working In a Series | Main | Cross the Drunkard's Path Quilt Along Winner! »

January 03, 2015



it is very pretty


I really like that

Katie Z.

I'm not into red, but I do love that dish too!


I love RED. Your dish is lovely. Thanks for the peek into the how to. That's one hobby I probably won't get into - expensive equipment. The design would make a wonderful quilt block, I think in quilt blocks. Thanks for sharing your dish.
I found some lovely bird posts listed in the "You might also like" section that I enjoyed. Your cardinals and goldfinches. (Heart)

Becky in VA

That is beautiful! Very interesting about how the striker glass changes colors and you don't REALLY know how it will look until you take it out of the kiln. Good luck with slumping.




Yes, quite nice!

Cheryl K.

I love how that center strip reminds me of your hand-dyed red fabrics!

Mary Anne

Thank you for showing us the 'before' picture - I wouldn't have known that the colour would change so much. Cool!

Carole @ From My Carolina Home

Beautiful dish. That color change is quite dramatic!

Deborah Levy

Another beauty! By the way, mine got a ton of use over ther holidays, and received compliments every time!


That is a gorgeous dish, Vicki! You are doing such excellent work. Are you selling any of your creations yet?


Another beautiful dish!

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