These are just a few highlights.
As usual, there were little things,like these tiny cup-shaped flowers.
I impressed the shape into clay, cut round each one individually and shaped them into cups.
To paraphrase William Morris - I don't know that they are useful, but I do believe them to be beautiful!
Then, to some big pieces - this was a commission I got via Etsy, which so far is working well for me.
This was made to the specifications of the client, and I really love making these extra special, meaningful things.
A few more wraparound vases to replenish those sold last month.
And my favourite pieces from this month -
four little plates, each bearing a vintage 1930s applique quilt block design.
These are the kind of patterns used in the making of Baltimore Album quilts -
(google it if you don't know and are interested - there are some fabulous examples out there!). Clockwise from top left, they are: 'Meadow Daisy', 'Combination Rose', 'Mexican Rose', and 'Cherry'.
Here's one of the patterns from my book.
And last but not least, I made a few Paisley patterned tea-light holders.
I think these are really sweet, and although it's no longer winter and candle-time, (no, really, it isn't!!), I made these in pastels so that they can be used on all those many long summer evenings when we're all dining alfresco.
All these are now in my Etsy shop.
Hope you all have a warm, spring-sunshiny, bank-holiday weekend.
I'll now get round to all your blogs and catch up with your news.