About Us

Karina had the idea to try working with clay while watching her son play with playdoh when she was struggling with postpartum depression. Her Grammy suggested finding a hobby that took longer than a day to make to break up the repetitive cycle of necessary, never quite finished things to do with 2 under 2. After deciding to give pottery a try, her always supportive husband, Lowell, welded together a potter's wheel out of scraps from the ranch boneyard. It was quickly nicknamed it the "Wild West Washing Machine after a trial run with playdoh. Click the link to watch:(https://www.instagram.com/reel/CymA84FJt8A/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link&igsh=MzRlODBiNWFlZA==

Lowell then purchased her a starter wheel and kiln. Many pottery videos on YouTube were studied, a class was enjoyed at Silver Sage Ceramics in Cheyenne, WY, and she learned to throw with lots of trial and error and countless hours at the wheel during naptime and after bedtime. Lowell was her biggest encourager, helping however he could. For the first while, mugs were fired one at a time. Now, we enjoy using a bigger kiln and higher powered wheel.

Lowell enjoys carving designs freehand. We enjoy working together to make custom mugs, so please reach out if you are looking for a custom piece!

We use Speckled Buff and Chestnut from Rocky Mountain Clay and have used the Chocolate clay body from New Mexico Clay. We use food safe glazes. Our products are dishwasher and microwave safe.
Shipping is included in the price for orders in the USA.