Private Wheel Throwing Class

Learn how to throw on the wheel in this individual pottery making workshop.

Potters Thumb

Potters Thumb

4.9 (7)

1 hour Class size 1 on 1     label £75

Have you ever been interested in learning how to build your own creations on the pottery wheel? Well here's your chance to learn in an intimate and supportive environment where you will receive personal advice and one to one teaching.

It'll be just you and your teacher in the pottery studio as you settle in at the wheel and start digging your hands into the clay, transforming it into a stunning pot, vase, bowl or any other amazing design you come up with.

Guided by your expert teacher from Potters Thumb, you will pick up plenty of new skills in pottery making or develop the ones you already have. Your friendly teacher has plenty of knowledge and experience to share with you from wheel settings to working with clay and more.

If you already have some experience on the wheel, this is the perfect place to refresh your mind on certain techniques and get some pointers for other skills you can learn to make your wheel throwing more successful.

Whether you're a beginner or a pottery fan, this wheel throwing class is a fun and relaxing thing to do in London that is sure to help you unwind.

Please note: The pots you create will need a few days to dry after the firing process. You can pick them up a few days later or we can post them to you at an extra cost. You can let your teacher know if you'd like to use this service during your pottery class.

Knowledge required
These sessions are made for both beginners and advanced potters.
What you'll get
  • Clay, tools and firing supplied.
  • Tea/coffee.
  • Your clay creations to take home.
What to bring
  • Apron or overall to protect you from getting too messy.
  • A large towel.
  • Small sketchbook or notebook.

Crate Brewery & Pizzeria - Unit 7 Queen's Yard, London, E9 5EN

Your teacher
Potters Thumb
Potters Thumb

4.9 (7)

Potters Thumb is a pottery studio based at the White Building in Hackney Wick. Founded by Mark Ciavola six years ago and originally based in Brighton, our new home in London is a fully functional, multi-use studio space offering five potters wheels, a pug mill, handbuilding facilities and kiln services.

Wanting to spread his love for ceramics, Mark founded Potters Thumb to make his work available to all those who appreciate hand thrown and hand made ceramic sculptures. With the new facilities, Potters Thumb can now also share the joy of clay work with others - whether you're a novice looking to get your hands mucky in one of our introductory classes, or a practiced ceramicist looking for a studio space to call home. Potters Thumb can offer something for everyone.

More about this class

This teacher has 7 reviews for their other experiences - which you can see here.

This class is also covered by ClassBento's money-back guarantee.

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