Layering with Amaco Potter’s Choice Glazes

If you’ve spent much time reading our blog or shopping in the store, you know everyone around here is a huge fan of the Amaco Cone 5/6 Potter’s Choice Glazes. Amaco has some fabulous resources for working with these mid fire glazes, and we want to share them with you. Continue reading

April 2018 Product Specials

Happy Spring! Spring has sprung? Maybe!! As the weather warms, we know so many of you are taking your winter projects outside to fire, with raku and woodfire kilns heating up. Continue reading

New Stoneware Glaze from Mayco!

Hurray! Praise the glaze chemists at Mayco – they’ve just added fun and awesome and “I can’t wait to use them” new glazes to their Stoneware line!!

The Mayco Stoneware line has been on Stone Leaf’s shelves for a few years now, and we’d strongly recommend you give them a try. Check out the full line by clicking through here.

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Distilled Water Advantage

A common question asked at Stone Leaf is how to thin glaze that is too thick. A brushing glaze will be too thick to be optimal brushing consistency for a customer. This occasionally happens straight out of the jar, but more often it happens after a customer has used the glaze a couple times, then doesn’t come around to using the glaze for a month or six. Continue reading

Back to School Season

It’s back to school season! At Stone Leaf we have all your back to school needs covered – with glaze from Amaco, Laguna, Mayco and more to clays from Laguna Clay and Rocky Mountain Clay. We are sure our helpful and friendly staff can get your teaching studio in ship shape for the upcoming year.

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Favorite Things: Blue Rutile

I can’t help it, I love glaze and I’ll admit… I have more than I should. I love pulling off the manufacturer’s seal, mixing it up, the smell, and the first dip of my brush into a new, clean jar. I eagerly await new emails from manufacturers for more, more, more new glazes they are manufacturing!

I *might* have a glaze problem. Might. BUT I’m not agreeing to anything…

 

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