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    Dots Rangoli – 1
    Dots Rangoli 1

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    Dots Rangoli - 1

    By: manatelugumitrulam


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    Dot Pattern Simple Kolams Collection
    Dot Pattern Simple Kolams Collection

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    Dot Pattern Simple Kolams Collection

    By: ReeR

    Simple Kolams, Pulli Kolam, Dot Pattern Kolams, Chuzhi Kolam, Simple Rangoli, Sikku Kolam, Pongal Kolam, Kolam Dots, Kolam and Rangoli Designs


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    DIY paper Palm Leaf
    DIY paper Palm Leaf

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    DIY paper Palm Leaf

    By: www.ohohdeco.com


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    How to make tropical paper flowers
    How to make tropical paper flowers

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    How to make tropical paper flowers

    By: www.ohohdeco.com


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    Zero Budget Broom From Coconut Tree Leaves
    Zero Budget Broom From Coconut Tree Leaves

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    Zero Budget Broom From Coconut Tree Leaves

    By: antoniraj

    All parts of the coconut tree are useful in some way or other to humans. The yellowing coconut tree leaves can be used to make baskets, woven into mats to form roof thatching, used as mulching for plants and also for making brooms.


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    Ceramic mold making techniques third edition
    Ceramic mold making techniques third edition

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    Ceramic mold making techniques third edition

    By: www.ceramicartsnetwork.org

    Tips for making plaster, bisque, and styrofoam molds, making and using casting slip, and decorating ceramic surfaces


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    Ceramic mold making techniques
    Ceramic mold making techniques

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    Ceramic mold making techniques

    By: www.ceramicartsnetwork.org

    Tips for making plaster molds and slip casting clay


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    Two-part cylinder mould for slip casting
    Two part cylinder mould for slip casting

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    Two-part cylinder mould for slip casting

    By: www.claycraft.co.uk

    The beauty of slip casting is that you can make the forms much faster than you could do otherwise, and you have the security of knowing that every item will be identical – an important factor for some batch production.


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    How To: Make These Clay Plates
    How To Make These Clay Plates

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    How To: Make These Clay Plates

    By: www.snap-society.com


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    Slip-casting a simple cylinder
    Slip casting a simple cylinder

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    Slip-casting a simple cylinder

    By: www.claycraft.co.uk

    This project follows on from our two-part cylinder mould but the principle for slip-casting is the same whatever mould you use.


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    HOW TO MAKE A COIL POT – Air Dry Clay
    HOW TO MAKE A COIL POT – Air Dry Clay

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    HOW TO MAKE A COIL POT – Air Dry Clay

    By: www.crayolateachers.ca

    Students learn how to create coils of clay and join them one on top of another to create a small pot.


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    How to Build Clay Coil Pots
    How to Build Clay Coil Pots

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    How to Build Clay Coil Pots

    By: www.thesprucecrafts.com

    Coiling clay pots is a simple process of layering coils or other shapes, one at a time, then welding the layers together to create a solid form. It is an extremely versatile technique that is good for beginners but can be used for great craftsmanship and artistry. Even those who are new to clay should be able to make large and intriguing pottery using the coiling method.


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    Coil building and Slab
    Coil building and Slab

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    Coil building and Slab

    By: www.scuoladarteceramica.com

    Coil building techniques (hand building) technique (Italian name Colombino) is a method of creating pottery. It has been used to shape clay into vessels for many thousands of years. It ranges from Africa to Greece and from China to New Mexico. They have used this method in a variety of ways. Using the coiling technique, it is possible to build thicker or taller walled vessels, which may not have been possible using earlier methods. The technique permits control of the walls as they are built up and allows building on top of the walls to make the vessel look bigger and bulge outward or narrow inward with less danger of collapsing. Coil build is the best techiques for realize prototype and sculpture.


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    COILING FOR BEGINNERS
    COILING FOR BEGINNERS

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    COILING FOR BEGINNERS

    By: www.claycraft.co.uk

    Coiling is perhaps the most versatile of the handbuilding techniques, because it allows you to build forms of any design or scale. It’s generally considered to be a slow and contemplative way of working, which demands patience and attention to detail more than anything else. There are several methods of using coils but in this coiling project we will use the traditional method of rolled coils, and expand on other techniques in future issues until you find the method most suited to you.


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    How to Make a Coil Pot
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    How to Make a Coil Pot: Using Flat Coils to Construct Large Jars

    By: www.ceramicartsnetwork.org

    Learn how to make a coil pot of any size with these coiling tips!


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    How to Make a Coil Pot
    How to Make a Coil Pot

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    How to Make a Coil Pot: Construction and Tools Needed Tutorial

    By: www.lakesidepottery.com

    This tutorial is for beginner and intermediate level students


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    Slab Handbuilding Method
    Slab handbuilding method

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    Slab handbuilding method

    By: www.juliannakunstler.com

    The slab building technique involves rolling out clay to an even thickness – usually 1 cm – then cutting shapes, folding, bending, manipulating and joining together to form a finished object.

    Slab objects are left to dry EVENLY before bisque firing for at least 7 days – turning regularly


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    Making Tall Vase – Hand Building Slab
    Making Tall Vase Hand Building Slab

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    Making Tall Vase - Hand Building Slab

    By: www.lakesidepottery.com


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    HOW TO MAKE A CLAY PINCH POT – Form, Texture
    HOW TO MAKE A CLAY PINCH POT – Form, Texture

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    HOW TO MAKE A CLAY PINCH POT – Form, Texture

    By: www.crayolateachers.ca

    Students learn how to create a clay pinch pot using a simple handbuilding technique.


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    How to make a double pinch pot with Sam Andrew
    How to make a double pinch pot with Sam Andrew

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    How to make a double pinch pot with Sam Andrew

    By: Sam Andrew


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    PINCH POTS FOR BEGINNERS
    PINCH POTS FOR BEGINNERS

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    PINCH POTS FOR BEGINNERS

    Pinch pots are the ideal project for newcomers to hand-building with clay; perfecting this technique is a fantastic way to start developing your clay-craft skills.