[vc_row full_width=”” parallax=”” parallax_image=””][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text css_animation=””]My BFF and I took a drop-in pottery class a few weeks ago and I finally was able to pick up the finished pots! This was the first time I ever worked with a potters wheel and my pots were, um, less than perfect. But, I think with a few more classes, I might be able to make a better one.

About the Class
The class was at Clay Underground, here in San Francisco. The ceramic studio is in the Tenderloin neighborhood is a bit “special” (as my BFF would say) – but the space itself is lovely. There were a bunch of little studio spaces and about 10 potters wheels set up. They offer “Drop In” introduction classes and a longer pottery series for both adults and children.
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Although I found spinning the potters wheel to be extremely difficult, I’m surprisingly happy with the way the pots turned out.


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