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Mug Handbuilding Class with The Waight - October 4th

Mug Handbuilding Class with The Waight - October 4th

Regular price $ 85.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $ 85.00 USD
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Join us at HALITE in Lower Queen Anne for a Mug Handbuilding class with Courtney of The Waight

Wednesday October 4th 6 - 8pm ( HALITE will be open to the public from 11am - 8pm for shopping )

Class Description

In this hands-on class you will learn coiling, pinching, slab rolling and handle attaching. You will use all of these skills to create your own functional drinking vessel. We will also discuss the properties that make a great functional cup and apply those to our designs. A beautiful speckled clay will be provided along with all other tools and materials needed to create the mug. After you handbuild your piece it will be bisque fired, glazed, and then fired again before it is returned to you to pick-up* and enjoy all season long. Your final piece will be dishwasher and microwave safe.
*There will be a 3 week turnaround for the firings and pick up will be at Halite.

Open to ages 16 and over. Space is limited. Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable.

About the teacher

This class is taught by Courtney Hunter, the creator and maker behind the brand The Waight, a Seattle based ceramics company. The Waight is a nod to the slow and methodical process of creating with clay. Join us!


Michelle is 5'6" (ish) and wears a 34DD in bra, a S/M in tops and is a size 8/29 in pants. Waist measures 29" at 13" rise, Hips 40/41"


We take great care to wash, repair and freshen up each item prior to listing. We do our best to ensure the garment is in as best shape as possible. Items are vintage and/or pre-loved and small imperfections may exist. Anything major will be noted.


EXCELLENT ( just about perfect - no major flaws )

VERY GOOD ( preloved, but nothing major to note )

GOOD ( preloved and worn, may have one or two small flaws)

FAIR ( may be more noticeable signs of wear )

THRASHED ( worn, broken in, faded, holes and/or marks & stains )

AS FOUND ( may need repair or washing and mending )

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  • Return Policy

    Due to the nature of selling unique one-of-a kind vintage & pre-loved items and hand-made knits - we are unable to accept any returns, exchanges or credits to your account at any time for any reason.


    Please be sure to reach out if you have any questions about the garment you are about to purchase.

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    We offer flat-rate shipping to the US and Canada. If your country is not listed, please reach out for an international shipping quote. All our orders are packaged using sustainable eco-friendly packaging and/or re-used materials. Our shipping labels are biodegradeable and our postcards are printed on eco-matte paper (100% wind-power manufactured and made from post-consumer waste). Once you have opened your packge, we recommend peeling the shipping label off and putting in your yard waste and reusing our mailers to keep the cycle flowing.

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