7 Jun 11

Hand thrown pottery new to the shop for summer

Did you notice that my website disappeared over the weekend? If you tried to access the site I was busy switching domain hosts, don’t worry I’m still here!

Summer is just around the corner and in the past few weeks I’ve been creating and experimenting with some new pieces to stock in the shop, I like to think they reflect some of the seasonality of summer with more delicate colours.

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16 May 11

Did see my yarn bowl featured in the knitter?

This month’s edition of ‘the knitter’ magazine (number 32) has a small product feature about my yarn bowls. If your new to the Little Wren Pottery site hello, and if you’re a regular reader who’s been waiting for yarn bowls to come back in stock your also in luck!

the knitter magazine

I currently have twelve unglazed yarn bowls ready to be reserved for sale. All you have to do is get in touch saying what style and colour you’d like.
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26 Apr 11

Easter sale – get 20% off to decorate your nest

spring sale

I’m having an Easter sale event for this week only, you can get 20% off all the items in my Etsy shop. If you recently got my email newsletter I decided to up the discount, sorry if thats confused you!

The sale runs until the 1st of May, that’ll be your last chance to grab a bargain.
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15 Mar 11

The Leach Pottery, St Ives

You might have noticed that last week there was no blog post because I was away living it up in St Ives.

Cornwall is famous for scrumpy cider, pasties, fish and chips, long stretches of beautiful coastline and if your a potter its a mecca thanks to Bernard Leach. Who set up a pottery with Shoji Hamada in 1920, ever since its attracted other potters and artists to its golden shores.

I was there for four days to do some throwing and learn some new techniques. It was great to meet the Leach Pottery gang – Peter, Ella, Gordon, Kat and Midori.

It was really quite an inspiring trip for me that’s made me realise perhaps my throwing isn’t so bad! Probably the best thing I took away from the tuition was how to make plates.
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