We made Side-Handle Teapots in my advanced class. Although we noted with some regret that these pots are not ambidextrous, we all decided to make right-handed teapots anyways. The community center asked us instructors to take photos of our classes, for use in upcoming course catalogs. So the class let me pose them into this fun group photo, along with our right-handed teapots. (l-r) Karen Morgenstern, Diana Guillermo, Kori Rice, Amy Castner, Carol Wisdom, Karen Riedlinger, and Karen Arrington.
Mea Rhee (mee-uh ree),
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