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The Potter's Shed  by Larner 43 Review(s)
TariReviewed Chapter: 1 on 11/12/2010
What a novel idea. Somehow, I can't picture antsy Pipping trying to make a clay pot. Cute.

Author Reply: I remember when I tried using a potter's wheel, and later when it was my son. Not the easiest skill to learn. I know I felt I didn't have the patience to learn it well. It was a fun image to work with!

Lynn HReviewed Chapter: 1 on 11/11/2010
Far from the first to become discouraged comparing the work of an expert and our own fumbling efforts. He is 'thrown' indeed.

Author Reply: I agree! Yes, thrown indeed! Thanks so, Lynn.

ArmarielReviewed Chapter: 1 on 11/11/2010
New story! Looks quite interesting. Pippin--pottery?? hmmmmm!!!!

Author Reply: Well, at least another series of drabbles. I love to think that the Tooks had their own pottery to serve the needs of the Great Smials and the Tooklands, and that younger Tooks were encouraged to try their hands at the skills. Thanks so, Armariel.

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