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...the "black" could be the purse handle inspiration....c...+ one of my purses cd be empty!

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nathalie domingo; inspiration photo. It's done with clay, but would be cool done with paper and/or fibers set with a paper mache-like fixative.

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Earth wool fire. Unfired custom order Elephant yarn bowl with hook holder in the form of a log it is reaching out for. These can be ordered via earthwoolfire.etsy.com and with your own choice of internal bowl glaze colour. earthwoolfire@gmail.com

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Baby dragon and egg yarn dispenser (for yarn cones). 11" unfired custom order finished today. earthwoolfire.etsy.com

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Octopus yarn bowl. Unfired. This bowl has the additional feature of a knitting needle/crochet hook holder in the form of a hollow log that the Octopus has in its grip. The Octopus is climbing over the top of the bowl and several of its tentacles have already found themselves exploring the inside of the bowl. By Joanna Mann, EarthWoolFire. SO COOL!

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Annie Quigley of Quigley Ceramics carving a Pendant Lamp Shade

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Atelier des Arts et Techniques Céramiques - Stages de poterie à Paris - Plus

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how gorgeous - a thing of beauty that is practical too - lovely ceramic yarn bowl

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Mice yarn bowl remake. 7.5" diameter. Available at earthwoolfire.etsy.com

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Strawberries yarn bowl. Thrown and modelled from white earthenware. Unfired. I can’t wait to put the colours on this little fruity in a couple of weeks once it has been biscuit fired. earthwoolfire.etsy.com

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Fresh White Yarn Bowl Green Twisted Leaf by BlueRoomPottery | BlueRoomPottery... plus (+)

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Frog yarn bowl. Unfired. Thrown bowl and extensively modelled with a large climbing Frog and a Lily pad and pond reeds. This bowl as you would expect will be glazed in greens and blues. Made to order...

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New design just made. Dragonfly yarn bowl with a water lily and three lily pads. The yarn feed can be seen on the left of the Dragonfly. There is sharpening up still to do on this with brush and...

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Art | アート | искусство | Arte | Kunst | Sculpture | 彫刻 | Skulptur | скульптура | Scultura | Escultura |

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Lavorare con le mani, plasmare.. una vera e propria #arte. www.mostrartigianato.it

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Anas, Guy van Leemput, 2013. ceramic - Terra Delft Gallery. Photo: Dirk Theys

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Another Hummingbird yarn bowl. Unfired. I will post photos of this bowl all the way around once it has been glazed as the tropical flowers, leaves and growth shoots on the right of this photo are out of shot. This bowl is currently available to order at earthwoolfire.etsy.com earthwoolfire@gmail.com

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Лошадь пряжи миску. Необожженный глиняный. Надеемся, что вам все нравится до сих пор. :-) earthwoolfire@gmail.com

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idea: hooded figures with jack-o-lantern heads (for Halloween)

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Really cute! (I can't read the website, but I think I could mold that!):

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