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The Potter's Shed  by Larner 6 Review(s)
harrowcatReviewed Chapter: 4 on 12/7/2010
This made me think of the very garishly painted ladybird plant pot holder proudly presented to my parents by their, then 4 year old, Grandson. It still has pride of place on the window ledge.

Author Reply: Our Kindergarten class did hand prints that were then fired and glazed, and Mom kept mine for years, until her death, I do believe. She was so proud of it!

ArmarielReviewed Chapter: 4 on 11/24/2010
Sweet!

Author Reply: Thank you so, Armariel. I think that Pippin could indeed be a sweet child.

DreamflowerReviewed Chapter: 4 on 11/22/2010
Aww...I do so love this one! I think I like it best of all that you've done so far-- I can see him coiling his way into her heart with his sweet generosity.

Author Reply: Oh, thanks so, Dreamflower! Yes, Pippin could be a sweet child!

Lynn HReviewed Chapter: 4 on 11/22/2010
What a treasure! What a collection of treasures :
Pip, the sweetheart, offering a gift from his heart;
the coiled pot itself, shaped with love;
and the Aunt understanding Pip's offer of love with the pot.

Author Reply: Yes, all this and more. Thanks so, Lynn.

AntaneReviewed Chapter: 4 on 11/22/2010
How sweet! And sweeter still to me is your reply to my MEFA review of Explaining! *hugs*

Namarie, God bless, Antane :)

Author Reply: Thanks so, Antane. And as I noted I so appreciated the review! Thank you so!

AndreaReviewed Chapter: 4 on 11/22/2010
Great! Pippin has finally found a technique he likes. And his auntie is relieved :-)

I remember using and enjoying that technique myself when I was at primary school. I still have one of those small pots!

Author Reply: I, too, have found the coil method one of my more successful means of constructing bowls and pots of clay. My last bowl, however, broke some years ago now.

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