- Last Updated: Friday, 11 October 2019 17:37
- MB-1457 Pinwheel
- MB-1458 Super Pinwheel
- CG-753 Sassy Orange
- CG-765 Firecracker
- EL-128 Wheat
- EL-143 Cactus Flower
- PC-601 Clear Cascade
- SC-75 Orange-A-Peel
- SG-201 Black Cobblestone
- SG-401 Black Designer Liner
- RB-144 #4 Soft Fan
- AC-220 Detailer Bottles
- Construction Adhesive
- 16 Gauge Wire
- 1/2" Copper Tube
- 3/4" Copper Tube
- Dremel Tool
- Carbide Tip
Designer: Marcia Roullard
- Begin with properly fired shelf cone 04 Bisque.Moisten a clean sponge and wipe bisque to remove any dust.
- Drill a hole in the center and in each of the four sections near the center with a Dremel and a carbide tip.
- Use the Soft Fan to apply a liberal coat of PC-601 Clear Cascade to the top sections of both pinwheels.
- Brush over the Cascade with two liberal coats of CG-753 Sassy Orange for the small pinwheel and CG-756 Firecracker for the large pinwheel. Be sure to apply plenty of crystals. crystals.
- Use the Soft Fan to apply two coats of EL-128 Wheat to the lower section of the small pinwheel. Apply one liberal coat of Wheat over the Sassy Orange.
- Use the same brush to apply two liberal coats of EL-143 Cactus Flower to the lower section of the large pinwheel. Apply one liberal coat of Cactus Flower over CG-756 Firecracker.
- While the glazes are wet, fill an AC-220 Detailer Bottle with SG-301 Black Cobblestone, then squirt lines of Cobblestone on top of the pinwheel.
- Use SC-75 Orange A Peel and SG-401 Black in the same manner.
- Fuse together in the firing at cone 06.
- Use epoxy to glue the wire and beads to the center holes. Cut the 1/2" copper tube approx. 15" long, use construction adhesive to adhere to the back.
- Cut the 3/4" copper tube about 8-9" ling, this is staked in the ground so that the pinwheel will fit nicely inside of the larger tube.