Our lineup had some familiar faces, some relatively new potters and some old pros from around the country.
I got a few of my pots into soda and wood firings last year with some good results.
Soda Fired Pots
We fired the #troyandmoeshow soda kiln just before the Michiana Pottery Tour and unloaded for some of the guests. I got a few pots in and some decent results came out.
Well, a few months have passed since the Michiana Pottery Tour so I thought it was about time for me to give a quick recap.
I returned to the tour stop at Northern Indiana Pottery Supply hosted by Moey Hart. There were a bunch of new potters there this year. I think one of my favorite parts about the tour is meeting new people and talking to them about their work. And of course, trading pots at the end!
I had an opportunity to be a part of the Michiana Pottery Tour this year. It took place on September 27th and 28th. I set up with 5 other potters in Goshen, the third stop on the map. We were located at Northern Indiana Pottery Supply, owned by Moey Hart.
I hauled my booth over Friday evening and set up my tent, tables and shelves. When I returned home my wife helped me finish price everything and pack up all the pots. Saturday I drove all the pots over and set them up and got ready to go. We set up our booths under two rows of big trees right beside the pond. It was a great environment.