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question about pottery guild

updated wed 8 oct 03


Les on tue 7 oct 03

Terry -

Yes! It looks like we are half a continent apart.

I would suggest your friend go to one of the larger stores where they sell
potttery (hand made - not chinese imports) and ask if they can direct her to
a local pottery guild or association. I am sure there must be places in
your area of this kind.

Les Crimp in Nanoose Bay, B.C.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Terry Byrne"
To: "Les"
Sent: Tuesday, October 07, 2003 5:58 PM
Subject: Re: Question about pottery guild

> > Hi Terry -
> >
> > Where do you live? If you are close to Parksville, B.C. you are close
> > our Arrowsmith Potters Guild. If you are a member of the Guild you can
> get
> > bisqueing, glazing and firing at a very low cost.
> >
> > Give me as much info as you care to ane I will get back to you.
> >
> > If you are able, pleae come to our regular monthly Guild meeting at the
> > Parksville Railway Station at 7:00pm tomorrow (Wednesday) and meet the
> > folks.
> Ahh, it sounds like your very far away. I live in Lansing, MI. Pretty
> from Bay City. I'm actually inquiring on behalf of my girlfriend. She
> been using this clay-like stuff that you bake in a regular oven, but its
> as workable as regular clay, and she was wondering if she could find a
> somewhere local. She makes these little figures of little people crouched
> with their head resting on their knees. Everyone thinks they're pretty
> cool, so she is thinking of going into business selling them at craft
> Anyway, is there anything you know about in Lansing? Thanks for the quick
> response also, by the way.