Linda Fahey shows you just how easy it is to get your pottery workspace set up and provides options for more minimalist makers. You will then learn how to prep your clay, make slip, and start hand-building pots.
Although this tutorial is about making vases, it applies equally well to making tumblers. First create a template by wrapping a stiff material around the glass and trimming it to size. Roofing paper works well for making templates for clay handbuilding. Building it over the original glass helps to hold the structure. Baby power can be used instead of a non-stick liquid to help the clay to slide off. Don't forget to add a bottom.
"Love, love, love these whimsical spoons. These ceramic serving spoons are each one-of-a-kind and hand built in my studio. All the glazes I use are food safe, and being stoneware, they are oven safe as well." Love functional art!
hand built porcelain bowl $25 etsy OR create your own by making a thin sheet of clay run through a pasta machine (or rolled by hand) and wrapping it on a balloon. I think it would be great to make it look like fabric, so you could choose a fabric design and do textures and colorful glazes, too.