Ceramic spoons and bowls with Lucy from Not Yet Perfect

$159.00

Learn to hand build your own ceramic bowls and spoons with artist Lucy from Not Yet Perfect in this fun hand building pottery session. You'll have plenty of time to make 4 bowls plus spoons for each.

All tools, materials and light morning tea will be provided. Participants are welcome to bring along their own aprons or borrow one of ours. This class gets messy! 

Please wear comfortable clothes, short nails if possible and remove all valuable jewelry.

Important details

All works will be glazed and fired for you with a white glaze (Lucy's signature). Cost included in your ticket.

A huge amount of care is exercised when finishing off your precious hand-made items. Please note that clay is unpredictable and on rare occasions, items break in the kiln. This is all a natural part of the fun of perfecting your craft.

Works will be available within ~8 weeks of the class date for pick up from the Stackwood store. You will be contacted when they are ready to pick up.

About Lucy

Lucy started pottery after leaving the fashion industry to pursue her passion of working with at-risk young people. She found working with ceramics to be a sanctuary amidst daily challenges. Not Yet Perfect was created as a space to find peace and freedom through craft. It has also been a way for Lucy to cultivate creative community and connect individuals who may be on a similar journey.

Terms and Conditions

Please note this class requires a minimum of 10 attendees in order to run. All workshop ticket sales are final. If you are unable to attend your class due to illness or need to isolate, please provide as much notice as possible. We can move you to another class date or issue a credit voucher. You can find more details in our Terms and Conditions.

Product images by Rae Fallon, all other images by Keana Shae.

Workshops at Stackwood

Meet new people + practice presence while learning a valuable craft or skill.

Curated workshops are held in our beautiful, light-filled hall, and
range from gardening knowhow to pottery, wood carving to cooking. Enjoy learning new — or indeed old — skills, and leave with a lovely object of your own making.