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Wendy Cevola 11/22/17 Day Seven on the Big Island of Hawaii in the town of Pahoa.
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Posted: 2016-01-06 03:48 am   Permalink

Wow Wendy!


I'm pretty new to the Forums, but I just went through a majority of the pages on this thread......WOW! Great work!
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On 2016-01-06 03:48, Kraken007 wrote:
Wow Wendy!


I'm pretty new to the Forums, but I just went through a majority of the pages on this thread......WOW! Great work!




Welcome to the Wendy and Dan show, Kraken! Man, that's a lot of pages to catch up on! And as always, the best is yet to come (with Wendy, at least)



 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2016-01-06 7:24 pm   Permalink

Kraken007 and TikiAno you two made my day so happy. Thank you both. I try to make my thread fun for those who stop here for a visit. What makes it really fun for me are the comments. So I'm smiling a huge grin right now.

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Just a few catch up photos tonight. I'm really tired. I started to glaze today so I'll have projects to share later tomorrow.

We went for more glaze and supplies and Dan always relaxes while I go on a shopping spree at Alpha Fired Arts. That's my cart in the foreground.


Afterwards we went on a tiki hunt but only found on mug which we did not buy. If you watch Collecting Tiki and the Tiki Finds page you'll see that there are tikis to be found.


If you watched our trip to Europe you know I never got lost because of all the signs pointing the way. That was so nice. We had friends come for a visit and they brought me a sign (my initials) from their trip to Greece.


While I'm glazing the Wish List #6 I'm also using the time to pour and stockpile parts for more Hot Tub Hula Girls. I can take orders now for the future which is Phase 4, numbers 61 on.

Now that it is really cold in the garage I let the slip stay in the molds longer. 1 hour 15 minutes for the hula girls and 3 hours for the coconuts.


I also have to keep the fans going for 24 hours before they are dry enough to pour again.


I'll be back tomorrow, cheers, Wendy








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Posted: 2016-01-07 09:20 am   Permalink

Glazing for Wish List #6 has begun with a visit from kingstiedye aka Bullet. It's really easy to glaze when I can ask questions and preferences.

Here's his mug before we started. The staff will be painted and glued into place after the mug fires.





He went with a buff surface and a glossy interior. I started with cover coat in black in this squeeze bottle.





We wanted to have black in the flat surface carved detail. When you put on glaze that you want to rub off it doesn't take much. I used the squeeze bottle to just add a little to the outside.


Here's what it looked like and


...


here's what kingstiedye aka Bullet looks like!


I began to rub the outside with a wet cloth (not a paper towel) and


I also used a wet brush.


All done. Now it will dry and wait to be fired.








Firing will make the black darker.


One down many more to go. Cheers, Wendy

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On 2016-01-07 09:20, danlovestikis wrote:
Here's his mug before we started. The staff will be painted and glued into place after the mug fires.



Why not make a longer staff that can be removed and used as a swizzle stick?


 
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Posted: 2016-01-07 09:54 am   Permalink

we talked about that, jen, but I decided to make it a permanent addition. i saw your ruzic bowl! amazing! i told wendy i'll come see it after it's been glazed and before it heads east.
thanks again wendy for making this! i had so much fun watching you work and hanging out with danno!


 
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Posted: 2016-01-07 11:33 pm   Permalink

Just checking in
Everything looks great

Pics soon



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danlovestikis
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kingstiedye we love your visits, you may come by anytime.

hang10tiki we should be on that plane with you. You take the best island photos ever and I'm looking forward to you sharing most of them. Enjoy! We will be there with you in spirit.

Sew Tiki Happy Birthday I bet this trip is a present from hang10tiki. We know you'll have an outstanding birthday with your guy.

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Wish List #6 progress report. I'm almost done with two more mugs but not quite. So instead here's a project I finished on my Holiday Break. Men I think you could whip out the sewing machine and make one too. I know MadDogMike has sewn curtains for his trailer so you can do it too.

Here are my step by steps for making a stereo dust cover and a table cloth.

When we got off the plan in Maui last February we saw a wholesale cloth store. We stopped so I could look for fabric.


There were many to choose from but the fabric was all thin and not beautiful.


On the way to visit Maui Rob and Beachbumz in Kehei I saw a quilt shop and we went inside. I found the best fabric ever made.


It was perfect.


Very beautiful. I had my measurements and They cut the pieces for me. The lady gave me a hint I'll share later.


We got home I lay the fabric out to make sure the pieces would be large enough. Right on!


Here's the hint. She said that bark cloth ravels out when washed and that I needed to run a seam along all the cut edges before washing. So I did just that.


Dan washed it on hot to shrink it as much as possible.


While he did this I filled a whole bunch of bobbins so I'd be ready to go.


Out of the drier I found that it had raveled right up to my thread. She gave us a very good hint.


I trimmed off the threads and started to sew.


I made Dan's dust cover first. I just rolled the edges and sewed them flat.


I did two sides and then two ends. Looks like I forgot to take it off of zigzag, oh well.


Here it is over the equipment.


Dan collects tikis, music and old components to play the music on.


Now it was time to make the table cloth and to take it off of zigzag stitching. The cloth wasn't wide enough to do it in one piece so I took two lengths of fabric and matched the pattern on the front and folded over one time and ran a seam top to bottom.


Next I opened it up and you can see how I matched it.


Then looking at the top I pulled the fabric flat and ran a seam from top to bottom. Doing this made the seam lay flat when on the table.


No I did all four edges by rolling and running a seam close to the edge and


a second seam to make it lay flat. If this isn't done then when washed it could pucker and require ironing. Horrors who wants to iron.


When rolling there comes a time when you get to the seam that is too thick to sew over. Just lift the foot pull out the fabric and


move the fabric up and start again below the thick part.


After you finish that seam just go back with thread and needle and sew it shut.


The last bit is done.


Finished. I just hung it over the railing of the stairway to have a last look for now.


I folded the table cloth and look forward to putting it on the table when the Wish List is finished.


OK guys when you make something post it here for us to see. Cheers, Wendy


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Posted: 2016-01-08 10:36 am   Permalink

Gee Wendy, think what you could accomplish if you weren't so lazy!
Really, everything looks so wonderful. Is there nothing you can't make?
Hey, I think you should put the WC plaque on your bathroom door. Did you know that some Europeans call the bathroom a W.C. (water closet) ?
Mrs. 8FT has a "Wahines" sign on her bathroom door that we got when a polynesian restaurant here closed. It had been on the Ladies restroom door there.
Keep up the great work and keep sharing those pictures.

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8FT Tiki thank you. When we went to Europe in 2013 I thought it was considerate that all the signs showed me the way personally. I would love to have you post a photo here of your sign. I did what you suggested.

This was bought in Greece by friends and given to me recently. So cool.

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Progress Report for Wish List #6

I'm starting with some items that I needed to do because of "sort of" deadlines.
The first is a mug I made for my nephew for Christmas and it's late. His initials are BMW
so I put them twice on a fogcutter mug.




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These are Wedding mugs and a surprise. Because of that I can't show the backside where the couples names are located.

Future mug makers always remember that glazes require 3 layers and sometimes 5 when the green clear glaze is added.

A Groom and Bride mug with matching flowers. Names on the back.


After painting much of the groom in black CN glaze I did the face in a straight CC glaze.


For the bride I used a cc glaze all over.


Three layers later they are happy.


I did the flower in 2 CN glazes, one light and one dark yellow in the recesses.


Now all the CC under-glazes must be covered with Clear Brilliance by Duncan. This is the only clear glaze that I've found that doesn't make the black run. Finger crossed.


All done.


The couple were not yet engaged when I carved the mugs so the best I could do was to leave a spot on the bottom where the wedding date could be written with a felt pen.


Three mugs down many more to go. I'm looking forward to firing the first load. Cheers, Wendy


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Posted: 2016-01-10 01:26 am   Permalink

Hi busy lady
Well here are our 2 trips to La Mariana
My all time favorite place to be







Steelers won


























































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danlovestikis
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hang10tiki you are the best! Love love loved all the photos and the two of you. La Mariana is looking fresh and well cared for in these photos. I relieved many memories of being there with Gecko and his family. I am so happy to have these posted here for sharing. We will bring you and Sew Tiki a small (in comparison) thank you gift for all the time and effort you put into these photos. Thank you very much.

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Dan and I went to an antique sale 20 minutes from our home.

We parked and looked into a dark window and found the Spawn cookie factory in full swing.


The sale was mostly real antiques so imagine how happy Dan was


when he found these for $12.50. Success! We also ran into a couple of friends and that's even better.


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I swear that I never vote for myself so it's really special that some of you do this for us.
It really helps get new people to watch here and to learn all the steps that I've learned over the years.
Thank you voters very much.



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This photo was taken the night before I did kingstiedye's mug. I wanted to post it to show the start of glazing but I forgot until now.
Oh well.



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I'm continuing on doing the projects that I either want to get out of the way or have a deadline.
This is the Swap mug that is due in February so it needs to be done ASAP.

The art is to be based on a season. I chose the Season of Love in Outer Space.

Duncan has started selling the crystals and you can put them into any glaze you want to add streaks too.

















I put a lot of those crystals into the glaze. I hope it worked out well.


I have a tiki friend coming over today to supervise the glazing of his mug. I share that soon.
Cheers, Wendy










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Today would have been a day to celebrate Joniece Frank's birthday. She passed away on September 30th, 2015.
She was my friend. She gave me the copy write to the Frankoma tiki line for which I will always thank her and honor her with only good use of her creations. Thank you dear friend.

At the end of sculpting with Wish List I had a few casts left over. To honor my friend her is what I made with her little tiki.

When I made the tiki bowl for Jen Tiki I removed the bottom of one bowl to use the sides. I saved the bottom. In the end I had four bowl bottoms to use for this project.


I've already shown the steps to get here now comes the glazing and placing the tikis which will fuse to the disk as the glaze melts.




















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Wish List #6 update

When the earthquake struck Napa, California this past year Savage Tiki lost many of his mugs. I replaces a blue crawl mug for him as a gift and then he asked me to repair the large chip on the top of this crawl mug.

I didn't know if I could make it disappear so instead I'm doing a experiment. First I filled and sanded Magic Mend into the missing piece.


Then I did three layers of the original brown over the mended area.


I let it dry and then started adding a whole different glaze which is white with black spots.


This was Dan's wish. He'll take Eric's mug is it turns out.


Ready to dry.


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What about poor Eric? Well I'm replacing his mug with an exact copy right down to the number on the bottom.







My Wish is that I make two men happy with these. The Frankoma Wall Plaques are for sale, $75 each plus shipping.

Cheers, Wendy





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Posted: 2016-01-11 6:26 pm   Permalink

Wendy, glad you got through the whole wish list! I hope your holidays were fun. Looks like you had a fun time on your cruise.

Emily and I have been busy...

Cole Alexander Derry was born December 8th at 11:26 PM. Our first child. He is excited to start his mug collection and to get some Wendy mugs

Here is a picture I took just for your thread, I have not posted or shown it to anyone else. This is his first visit to Bali Hai. He has been twice now. I don't want to post too many pictures of him on the internet, I feel like he will have most of his life documented as it is, but I wanted you to get a chance to see him.




Keep up the great work Wendy! Hang10 have fun in Hawaii!!!


 
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lunavideogames what a beautiful boy. You can tell he's a boy too. Do you think he looks like hang10tiki?
Thank you so much for sharing him with all of us. I think he may prefer milk to that huge glass of tropical drink. At least until his bones are stronger. You are a lucky man.

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I promise to post tomorrow. I finished a super hard to glaze mug for Cole Unger. It's the Rat Fink holding a moai head mug. I worked so hard today that I need to just go to bed.

I hope you all have a great nights sleep, Wendy

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