Happy new year

It’s been a while since I last updated the blog, Christmas was exceptionally busy and kept me away from the computer for a while. At the start of this new year I’d like to thank all of you for supporting Little Wren Pottery because without you my business wouldn’t be possible. From buying my work to recommending me to a friend or just reading the blog it all helps to support my work.
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What happens when you place your order?

Whether you place your order through Etsy, Folksy or via Email there’s a lot of work that goes into creating hand thrown pottery. So what really does happen once that order goes through?

If you place your order on Etsy you’ll get a confirmation email of your purchase, in stock items generally ship next day but made to order pieces have a slightly longer complex process. Once your order comes through as an email notification I’ll add it to my order book and start working on it.

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As seen in Craftseller

Last week Little Wren Pottery was spotted in Craftseller Magazine by Tracy Todhunter! You’ll find a feature in the Q&A pages where I’m talking about my favourite pottery tool. I have a bit of thing about tools, I think most crafters do when your working with them everyday. It becomes a big deal to have great tools to hand. I always think of tools as an extention of ourselves and how frustrating it is when you put down a favourite tool and then almost instantly loose it!

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Hibernation

It’s been a very busy couple of weeks in the run up to Christmas with parcels going out almost everyday. I hope that if you receive a gift that’s been made by me that it makes you smile today, everyday you use it and that it reminds you of the person that gave it to you.
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The Christmas rush

There’s been a lot going on in the studio the last week or two in the run up to Christmas. I’ve been working on custom orders, glazing and packing pieces up to send off to their new homes.

Pottery tools

The end of the year always brings a time of reflection. A moment to pause and look back at the 12 months that have passed and where the next 12 will take you. For me it’s been a year of firsts, my first major show and I’ve seen things become increasingly busy.
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