Here are the pots from yesterday, trimmed. The hump wasn’t finished when I was summoned for dinner, so I left it overnight to use as a trimming chuck this morning. This clay is full of sand and not very plastic, so doesn’t stick to itself too badly if one of the surfaces is not wet.
After trimming that group, the hump could be used to throw some more pots; I think I got another 8 or 9 small plates out of it.
Like I mentioned above, this clay has a lot of fine sand wedged in, and it trims real nice. Lots of crinkles.