Saturday, April 12, 2014

Results from Ms. B

Results from Ms. B were mixed.
We had some good, some bad and some indifferent.
Most of all we had the thought of, " let's do this again."
And, use some of what was learned to proceed forward.
This was better than the thought of, "let's just tear her down...."



Everyone gets to pick a favorite, this one was mine.


I also love these  bottles.
Mark is not sure why, but I do.
 These tumblers are just perfect and are calling out to be filled up and used.



Here she sits waiting for us like a spider waits for a fly.....
There is much to think about here.

13 comments:

Michèle Hastings said...

Love the tumblers!
You will figure this kiln out eventually. It's so much easier to load a small one.

Tracey Broome said...

Well, I think she did a fine job, love every piece! I agree with you,the bottles are very sweet indeed :-) but I think the top cup is my pick of the bunch.

Richard Hattaway said...

I gottA agree with Tracy, the top cup is killer (c: .. but they are all beautiful, and I'm sure I already hear tumblers speaking to Barbara. Cool, it's like having kids.. each has a different personality, but you love them all (c:

cookingwithgas said...

Yep, love that cup.
There are a few that I would keep.

Dennis Allen said...

6th picture faceted bottle.

Linda Starr said...

oh I am luvin the top two cups

Jeanna Forsley said...

I love your tumblers. I really like your work.

Lori Buff said...

I'm glad you're not going to tear her down.

I like both of the cups.

cookingwithgas said...

welcome and thank you Jeanna.
Nope not going to tear her down...

smartcat said...

Sometimes the magic works; sometimes it doesn't. You had some nice pots come out of this. I agree with you; there's something about those bottles that makes me want to pick them up and cuddle them.

smartcat said...

Have you ever explained Mrs. B's name. I am imagining it's because she is Lady B#tch!

cookingwithgas said...

yes and yes- but I will have to do so in a post soon.

Claudia from Idiot's Kitchen said...

Is this a different kiln from the one you usually fire in?