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Old September 2nd 06, 11:42 PM posted to rec.crafts.pottery
Steve Mills
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Default Beginners help

Hi Bob,

We all started from a blank page and learnt as we went along.

This could be helpful:



In article , Bob
Where can a newbie go for "Dummies" type help with this hobby ? I do
not even know the meaning of Raku, bisque and etc.

I own a nice digital Paragon kiln that is used for a hobby other than
firing ceramics. I am a flint knapper that uses my kiln to "cook" rock
for knapping. I would like to play around with the ceramics thing to see
if I am interested. First I would like to learn the meanings of the
words associated with the ceramic hobby.

Thanks in advance, Tampa Bob who actually lives a good bit further
South at this time.

Steve Mills

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