October’s kiln carving pattern is sheer fun. Zombies are always a source of entertainment around here, from the informal competition to tell the WORST zombie joke ever to mock brain eating’s. I’ve taken it one step further and designed a kiln carving just for Zombie Lovers. Continue reading October Kiln Carving Pattern
June’s free kiln carving pattern is a twisty ivy leaf. This pattern is probably a bit more difficult than beginner level. It has huge potential for green glass sun catchers, or dishes with ivy around the edge and on the bottom. This pattern was inspired by the mass of ivy that I really need to remove from the wall in my garden. It’s gorgeous, but kind of a pain. Continue reading June Kiln Carving Pattern
Happy St. Patrick’s day! In honor of my family heritage (you did see the McRaney up there, didn’t you?), here is the free kiln carving pattern for March. This pattern is slightly more difficult to cut than the pattern for January, but still quite straightforward.
1. Cut a piece of fiber paper big enough for the pattern.
I used 1/32″ fiber paper for this particular project. Tack the pattern over the fiber paper through the black tack dots.