Many eager little children have gathered outside and worked with clay to make little sugar spoons, butter dishes and more for the Fair. For some of the smallest, it was their first Fair project! We signed each little work of art and set them to dry for a couple weeks. After the pottery dried, we fired it in the kiln at the Potter’s House. Then we antiqued and glazed each fragile little piece and sent them back into the kiln again.
We have more glistening, colorful dishes coming out of the hot oven everyday and we can’t wait to set them on the shelves at the Fair!