Here's how we used to record test results before we got

Saturday 8th December 2018

A potter is testing glazes on a new clay body. But this generates a lot of data, how is a person to keep track of it all? This is how we used to do it. An account at is the new place to organize this. There is room for thousands, even millions of recipes, pictures, notes, firing schedules, etc. You can link them and search them in so many different ways. Testing commercial bottled glazes and glaze combination on your bodies requires good record keeping also. Pottery has always been about the data, we just let that information die before. Now we can learn so much more from it. Photo courtesy of Brielle Rovito, Burlington, Vermont, USA.

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