I was happy to see the first 15 of my pieces emerge from their glaze firing, although not sure what to do with them all, now that I have them at home, and on my kitchen counter. Ha.
I am posting them in probably what is a reverse order to how I made them, since I'm starting from biggest to smallest. The biggest mugs probably started as about 700 or 800 g of clay. The smallest ones were the recommended 400 g, I think. But they are much to small for me to consider them as practical. I'm a BIG mug sort of person.
These are the first 7 pieces. I'll post the other 8 another day.
This handle was formed as a coil, the lines indented with the edge of a ruler or stick, and then slapped on the table to widen one end.
This handle was formed as a coil which was pressed with a patterned roller. I really like the pattern.
By the way, if any family or friends are reading this, let me know if you see anything you like. I think many of these will need to become Christmas gifts, so I will have enough room in my house for my third ceramics course (I'm already signed up in January, since the current course ends next week!).