[Clayart] Cotton dishcloths for packing pottery
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Wed Sep 15 02:49:02 UTC 2021
Sounds perfect, Carol. You inspire.
On Tue, Sep 14, 2021 at 8:28 PM Carolyn Curran <cncpots2 at gmail.com> wrote:
> The aged potter is going to try a pop up show in October which should be
> doable for me... only 3-7 on a Sunday , 6 foot table at Coffee House/Art
> Center, no tent or 10x10 space needed. Hey, no booth fee either, 10%
> sales go to charity and it's a chance to get out of my cloistered
> community and perhaps meet new arty and congenial people, maybe sell
> some of my small scale pots. Only 8 participants juried in by local
> chapter of PA Guild of Craftsmen for small space venue with good
> reputation. . Thought I would use 2 suitcases to bring my stuff....and
> discovered to my delight that printer's tray I use for display of minis
> will fit in my big suitcase. Joy, rapture, exclamation point and
> suitcases with wheels easy if I have to use Uber. Hey, it's a big deal
> for me with my last show in spring of 2019. and giving up my car for
> economy's sake after move to PA. Tired of scrounging or buying bubble
> wrap, too. A lot of stuff I used for shows didn't make it through the
> moving purge, so I'm starting from scratch---no handy liquor boxes which
> were so handy.... Think out of the box. says I. I already have a
> dozen cheapie cotton dish towels I use for all sorts of things in
> kitchen, so why not buy 2 dozen more to use instead of something
> plastic? I also use even cheaper cotton terry washcloths I have in
> studio and can use them if needed. Packing material is allowed to have
> red clay stains!
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