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Pottery Wheel Lessons May 31

clay pottery wheel
stache studio
116 S. 6th Street, Griffin, GA

Three, one-hour time spots to choose from
4pm | 5:30pm | 7pm

Take one of these "try it" lessons and check “pottery wheel” off your bucket list!

Our pottery wheel instructor will guide you step-by-step through creating a basic bowl/vessel. Each person with a ticket will have their own wheel for the entire hour and likely make 2-3 pieces total.

Any pieces you'd like to keep and return to glaze after firing will be $10 each.

Pieces are fired and ready to be glazed within 14 days of the lesson. Drop in without appointment anytime the studio is open to glaze your pieces.

Did you take a lesson and LOVE it? You can now join our mud club and keep practicing for just $50 per month!

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Pottery Wheel Lessons June 28

clay pottery wheel
stache studio
116 S. 6th Street, Griffin, GA

Three, one-hour time spots to choose from
4pm | 5:30pm | 7pm

Take one of these "try it" lessons and check “pottery wheel” off your bucket list!

Our pottery wheel instructor will guide you step-by-step through creating a basic bowl/vessel. Each person with a ticket will have their own wheel for the entire hour and likely make 2-3 pieces total.

Any pieces you'd like to keep and return to glaze after firing will be $10 each.

Pieces are fired and ready to be glazed within 14 days of the lesson. Drop in without appointment anytime the studio is open to glaze your pieces.

Did you take a lesson and LOVE it? You can now join our mud club and keep practicing for just $50 per month!

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Pottery Wheel Lesson – June 29

clay pottery wheel
stache studio
116 S. 6th Street, Griffin, GA

Choose a 1-hour time slot when you purchase a ticket: 10:30am or 11:45am

Take this lesson and check “trying the pottery wheel” off your bucket list!

Our pottery wheel instructor will guide you step-by-step through creating a basic bowl/vessel. Lessons are just two people at a time, so you get VERY hands-on help during your hour lesson.