teapots, i usually do 4-5 at a time, but i'm out of clay so 2 will have to suffice. the fluted one is a new shape for me, i've done tons of fluting but never on a teapot.
here is the lone spout. i always throw an extra spout or 2 in case something happens to one or one doesn't "fit" right. i can't stand straight spouts, i never understood why potters will make a curvacious form and slap a straight as an arrow spout on it. it just kills the form. so i give it this gentle curve.
i've been making lots of pots that can be stacked rim to rim to better economize the space in my kiln.
i "stole" this pattern from guillermo cuellar. i think it looks almost like a sort of basket weaving.
well, i'm off to the other job for a few hours and then i'll finish slipping and glazing tonight. i'm out of clay so i'll be thinking seriously about that new roof and the 102 degree days.