I can't really find a more appropriate spot for this thread, so I'll bung it here....
I thought that it would be really useful if anybody who is willing to help out newbies with kiln space for annealing could add their offer / details to this thread.... then any new bead makers will know instantly who to approach...
I shall make this a sticky, so that any kind offers of help do not get lost in time..... I remember how valuable the help of Su and Mike at Tillerman beads was to me when I was starting out...
So.. if anyone doesn't mind helping out the odd new beadmaker with a bit of kiln space.. then just add your name to this thread...
Any arrangements to be made are between the two parties... and nothing to do with forum policy
One other important thing though... the person annealing the beads can in no way be held responsible for any breakeges whilst in the kiln.....
Below is a list of people who have offered to anneal beads for other people. I have not added the location, as not everyone would want that information posted. However, I'm happy to add it if you'd like to give me permission. I'm guessing most people post their beads anyway, in which case location doesn't really matter.
If you're listed but no longer able to offer annealing, please let me know and I will remove you from the list. If you're not on the list and would like to be, just add your details to this thread and I will update the list.
As stated above, any arrangements made are between the two parties... and nothing to do with forum policy.
Also, the person annealing the beads can in no way be held responsible for any breakages whilst in the kiln.
Trudi (aka Kooks lady)
Pat from Canvey
Black Heart Beads