Like this happy honeymooning couple did today! Rachel and Matt were just married on Saturday and had contacted me several months ago from a feature post that my sweet blog friend Kat at Low Tide High Style did on us. They hope to also get into pottery making some day and were interested in stopping by to see our pottery in person. Aren't they adorable? Can you tell they were just married?
I must warn you though, I don't have set hours, and I'm almost never open, but if you find yourself planning a trip here, I'd love to meet you, so just email me like Rachel did. Usually I can be found somewhere around here though, like on the shore collecting shells and sea glass to keep making other stuff to put in my shop that I'm rarely in.
And whenever we make any new pottery, the shop is a place to keep it.
Then when I'm in the car and Henri is driving, I like to knit and so I keep making these hand knit wool felted purses that end up in here too. Or some funky kind of driftwood hanging rack. Sometimes I even bring home vintage paintings of the sea and hang them in the shop that I rarely open.
My hand knit wool felted scarves end up here too, along with bird houses that I cover in shells. I even have a few vintage earrings and trinkets that I scatter around here and there.