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I throw pottery and sew. Pottery led me to design my own apron, which my classmates at the studio admired. See? It all starts with clay! :) I started making aprons for them, and thought that if these seasoned potters like what I make, maybe other potters will, too. So here I am. When I'm not potting and sewing, I am teaching three year olds at a small co-operative preschool, parenting two children, and teaching cooking classes. An Ivy League graduate, I would consider myself in a bit of a reinvention phase at the moment. And I've never felt more content. I love making things. And my children like it, too. I receive great satisfaction in creating something from scratch. It's even more satisfying knowing that people like what I've made.

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  • Joined June 12, 2011

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clay, cotton

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About

I throw pottery and sew. Pottery led me to design my own apron, which my classmates at the studio admired. See? It all starts with clay! :) I started making aprons for them, and thought that if these seasoned potters like what I make, maybe other potters will, too. So here I am. When I'm not potting and sewing, I am teaching three year olds at a small co-operative preschool, parenting two children, and teaching cooking classes. An Ivy League graduate, I would consider myself in a bit of a reinvention phase at the moment. And I've never felt more content. I love making things. And my children like it, too. I receive great satisfaction in creating something from scratch. It's even more satisfying knowing that people like what I've made.

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