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  • Setting up a studio

    Hi, I am just starting out in my pottery journey and after a few courses I am now taking the plunge and setting up a studio in my shed! I don't want to invest in a kiln right now but any advice on wheels or the right sort of kit to start would be massively appreciated.

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    Hi Nick and welcome to the Crafts Forum.

    Sorry can't help you on this one and not sure there are potters about but if there is they will reply. Good luck with your new venture.

    Mo.XX
    Mo. Bodrighy Wood.
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      I had a Hobbytech 40 it was brilliant and surprising how much you could get in it. Get one with kiln sitter takes the guess work out of firing. Bought mine from Cromartie.

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