It has been almost one year since I started the warm compost. I opened the bin and to remove the compost for the first time. I was surprise to see all bedding (paper) was gone. There were significantly more warms than last year. I realized I might underfed them recently. Anyway, these composts were spread to my new vegetable garden today.
The summer shows are around the corner, and I am busy firing the kiln as usual. I updated 2013 schedule. I have one less show this year.
Let’s head for 100 teapots. Here is one of a kind teapot #51.
This is a new item for this year. My friend in the building asked me to make it, and I like it. I have been using it for growing scallions on my kitchen windowsill. This is a perfect. Do you remember the red worm compost? I am still doing it. It is very slowly growing its population. I added the compost to the planter, and these scallions are look very happy. I am reusing these scallions as they grow.
I throw them on the wheel and let dry overnight under the plastic, and make a square shape by hitting with a paddle next day.