Thinking small can be good.

We lived in 400 sq ft. while taking a community pottery class. Wanting to practice the tangible but not having the space, we made a tiny pottery wheel out of scrap wood and harvested mechanicals. It had an open power supply that we definitely used near water; safety has improved since then.


Through workshops, we invite others to play and make something that has no true function other than to delight/collect tiny nature findings. It’s not a ramen bowl or coffee mug, unless you wanted to make some for a dollhouse, which is valid. No experience needed to ride the tiny wheel.