Other than my clear glaze, I wanted a colored glaze that I could use on my spiral mugs, and small spiral jars, buds vases, small creamers and sugars, etc. So the tealish blue one is a definite keeper. There are a couple of soft greens in the mix and I have to pick one to start, as a background slip for mugs and other small pots that will have sgrafitto, and underglaze additions. I also want to add a bit of copper to those to see if that will make them pop a tiny bit more.
My sketches are ready but I still need to finish these "have to" gardening chores today. I harvested most of the rest of my garlic this morning and got those cleaned up and as soon as I finish these buckwheat pancakes and shower I need to mix up some organic spray for my tomato plants and the ones at our sons house, and plant more pole beans for them.
By the time I get back from there I should get a bit of studio time to glaze and decorate a couple of pots before I start on dinner. I need a longer day or more energy. Come to think of it - both would be lovely!