This is my kiln…Charlotte Skutt. Yes, I named my kiln, and I think it’s cute!
Here’s a little peek inside!
Usually I’m so busy loading my kiln, I forget to take photos. Then when I’m done, I remember. “Shoot, I should have taken photos!” Then one day, I finally remembered, and I’m so glad I did!
Hopefully I’ll remember to take photos more often.
Bottom row done, on to the next row.
Pieces ready to load.
I start with the largest items first.
The next row is done.
More goodies ready to load.
I had a lot of ornaments in this load.
One more row, and then I’m done.
Had some room for some test tiles.
Time to fire it up!
Lola Renda says
Charlotte is good and goes with her last name. You and your energy level are amazing. If I followed you around for two days, I’d most likely lose weight. Have a wonderful week (I know it’ll be productive).
Your follower, Lola
I think so too! Awww…Thanks so much, Lola! Hahaha…maybe! You have a wonderful week too! 🙂
Oh my goodness! That is a lot of work and a lot of kiln!
She’s a good size kiln. I could have put more pieces in there, but I ran out of dried items. Yeah, it’s a lot of work! Good thing I like it! 🙂
Scarlet Embers says
Ha, ha! I owned a craft mall for 7 years in a small Texas town. Every time I turned around someone was giving us a kiln. I kid you not. We were given 3 in the course of 7 years. We did not have a need for any of them, but I did manage to find them all good homes.
Oh, cool! We use to live in Texas, Round Rock, Cy-Fair now Cypress, and Spring. I love Texas, that’s where I became a potter. Oh, wow! I wish someone gave me a kiln. Charlotte was brand new when I bought her. It’s so nice that they all found good homes! 🙂
Awesome! I love the photos. They are beautiful. The work you do is amazing.
Thank you Lauren! 🙂