How to Use Pottery Tools?


There are a number of different pottery tools that you can use; each of them have their own uses. An example of a common pottery tool is the Chamois, which is used to smooth the upper portions of your ware. Another commonly used tool is the cut-off wire, which can be used to easily cut off large pieces of clay.
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Pottery tools are helpful for throwing pots on the potter's wheel. See what tools you might need when throwing on the wheel.... More »
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