Handmade Ceramic Yarn Bowl in Celadon Green with Blue Irises. Pottery Knitting Bowl, Crochet Bowl, Yarn Holder – DIY Craft Supplies & Gifts

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$68.00
+ $22.00 shipping

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$68.00
+ $22.00 shipping
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Preparation takes 1-3 business days
Arrives from the United States

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Handmade
Made in Houghton, New York

Item details

An elegant yarn bowl in serene green celadon with delicate hand-painted blue irises. This bowl features a decorative spiral cutout for the yarn, a stable foot ring, and a cupped form that contains the yarn nicely while you’re working. I’ve softened and rounded every edge so that the yarn will flow smoothly, without snags. I hope this bowl will add to your enjoyment as you craft & create!

The Details:
-Dimensions: Measures about 6 1/8" (15.6 cm) wide across the top and about 4 1/4" (10.8 cm) tall.
-Signed by the artist.

The Making Process:
I formed this graceful bowl on the potter’s wheel from smooth white stoneware clay. I carefully carved the cutouts when the clay was ready, and freely hand-painted the irises with clay slip (a particularly liquid form of the clay) that was tinted blue. I glazed the piece in glossy celadon green and fired it to maturity at Cone 10 (about 2300 degrees Fahrenheit) for durability. For a final touch, I sanded the unglazed foot of the bowl to create a soft surface for the table.

*Notes on pottery care: To clean this bowl, I recommend washing it gently by hand with a cloth. You can find additional care information in the “Additional Policies” section below.

*Notes on shipping: Please note that I have listed US shipping prices for the shipping zones that are farthest from me. All domestic shipments will be insured. Shipping costs will vary depending on your zip code, so 1) If you convo me your zip code, I can give you a closer estimate; and 2) after the item has shipped, I'll refund to you any overages remaining exceeding $1.00, after packaging and insurance costs have been factored in.

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Preparation takes 1-3 business days
Arrives from the United States
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I ship USPS Priority Mail (for US deliveries) within three business days after your payment has cleared.

All domestic shipments will be insured for their full value.

To international locations, I ship USPS First Class Mail, except for oversized shipments, which will be shipped USPS Priority Mail. Please note that buyers are responsible for any and all duties and customs charges that may be incurred.

Please understand that packaging gets expensive for carefully shipping pottery, and that this is factored into the cost of shipping. I primarily use new boxes, bubble wrap, and reused or biodegradable packing peanuts to ship, but I like to reuse like-new boxes and packing material when I can. This is one way in which I can save resources – both the planet’s and my own! Please tell me in your “message to seller” if you require new packing materials.

For an order of multiple items, combined shipping is often available -- please send me a message to receive a personalized shipping quote!

Please note that I have listed US shipping prices for the farthest shipping zones. After packaging and insurance costs have been factored in, any overages remaining exceeding $1.00 will be refunded to you.

Local buyers: please send me an email after the purchase if you wish to explore the possibility of picking up your items in order to save shipping time and costs.


Payments

I accept credit card payment in US dollars through direct checkout on Etsy, and I accept payment through PayPal. Please remember that your items will be shipped after your payment has been received and cleared.

Sales Tax: Per law, New York State residents will be charged sales tax. A standard rate of 8.5% is automatically added to the price of the item at the time of purchase.

If you need to cancel an order, please contact me immediately. Orders may not be cancelled after they have shipped.


Returns & exchanges

Returns:
I make my pots to be enjoyed, and I believe a pot should go where it will be loved! If you are not wholly satisfied with your purchase, please send me a message to notify me that you’ll be returning it. You may return items by shipping them back to me within 10 days, insured and in their original packaging. Upon my receipt of the undamaged items, you’ll receive a refund for the price of the item and applicable taxes. I apologize that I cannot refund shipping charges.

Unfortunately, custom orders and personalized items may not be returned or exchanged.

Damaged or lost shipments:
If an item arrives to you in a damaged condition, or if you believe a shipment to be lost, please notify me immediately and we will work together to resolve the problem. If your item arrived damaged, please include a photo (or photos) of the item clearly showing the damage, as well as the packing material in which the item came -- this is important and will help me figure out what happened and make an insurance claim if necessary.


Additional policies

:: How should I care for my pottery? ::
Your piece of stoneware pottery is oven- and microwave-safe. It’s also dishwasher-safe, but I recommend giving your piece a little extra love and gently washing your piece by hand instead. Use a cloth to avoid scratching the glaze surface, and don’t let it soak for long periods of time.

Uneven heating or sudden, severe temperature changes can create tension within the molecular structure of the clay piece, which can lead to cracking. In order to avoid this, never use your pottery over direct heat, such as a flame or a burner. Introduce temperature changes gradually. For example, if you’re going to use your pottery in the oven, don’t preheat the oven. Place your pottery in a cool oven and let them come up to temperature together. If you're going to be pouring boiling water for tea into your cup or mug, it's a good idea to pre-warm the cup with some warm/hot tap water first.

Avoid rapping the rim of your piece with a spoon or other utensil, as this can also lead to cracking.

I hope that your piece of handmade pottery will bring beauty and joy into the simple acts of your daily life for many years to come!

:: Do you accept custom orders and personalization? ::
Custom orders are welcome! I enjoy the process of working with my customers’ creativity and learning from your ideas. We’ll start a conversation and work out the details together. I can generally fire pieces about once per month, so I may need up to 4-6 weeks' lead time on your order.

:: Do you accept wholesale orders? ::
I welcome wholesale inquiries. Wholesale pricing may be available for large orders of similar items. Please contact me with your request.

:: Will you package my item as a gift? ::
Yes. If you wish to send the item(s) that you’ve purchased as a gift, please notify me that it’s a gift in your “message to seller” at the time of checkout. Make sure that the shipping address is correct for your gift recipient. Unfortunately, the necessary piles of bubble wrap discourage gift-wrapping, but I’ll include in the package a note with your message, and then your gift will be on its way!