How to Handbuild a Double Walled Vessel
Live Online Workshop with Cherie prins
Have you ever wanted to create delicate double-walled vessels, but throwing them on the wheel is too advanced?
Hi, my name's Cherie Prins from Cape Town, South Africa.
I will be demonstrating how to make a double walled mug with carving.
In this workshop, you're going to learn:
✔ How to prepare your clay
✔ How to use templates for mug-making
✔ How to create the outer double rim
✔ How to carve beautiful patterns
✔ How to glaze and decorate your vessel
This workshop is for anyone wanting to learn a new skill and challenge themselves. There are endless possibilities with this technique.
The tools I use are very basic and if you are a hand builder you should have all the tools in your studio.
Live Demo with me: 17:00 UTC 6th September 2020.
We will meet up online to give you a live demo.
My Video Workshop Replay
The live workshop will be recorded, and you will have lifetime access to it. You can watch it online, or download it to your device to watch offline any time.
After our online workshop, we will meetup for a live Q&A where you can ask me any questions about the process. This Q&A will also be recorded, and you will see it inside your account.
Equipment List as a PDF download.
Here I have listed all the things you need to get started right away, and the links to buy them online, in one easy printable PDF document.
About Cherie Prins
Owner of Ck-ramics Pottery Studio
Hi, this is me Cherie, behind the scenes I fight off gremlins with my rubber kidney and needle tool, I am a recovering Pinterest junky and I lay awake nights dreaming of what I want to make next!
In real life I am a mom of a gorgeous little girl, I run a household and run the Ck-ramics Pottery Studio machine.
I love encouraging people and never back down from a challenge. When I dream, I dream big and I thrive on excelling. I believe that no one ever has to settle with the cards they are dealt with, but with guidance, grace, and support one can achieve anything one sets out to do. Never dream too small, be patient, and be kind to yourself.
I was a student of Hennie Meyer way back when and then became his studio assistant for 4 years. Ceramics was one of my subjects in school and I loved the endless possibilities with clay. Some of my work is part of The National Museum of South African Art and I also supply to a few stores. I custom make items for a few companies as well.