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Due to high inflation, selling work may be a bit challenging.  In this episode, I offer some tips on cutting cost and a few ideas on how you might generate revenue to survive the hard times.  You may need to be brave and try new things.  For me personally, I  do not wish to raise prices, but I am looking for ways to cut costs in my process while still maintaining quality.

Hand mixing glazes from a base recipe, learning to single fire, moving towards giving classes, and diversifying selling platforms are some ways I discuss here to weather the storm.

How are you all doing in the currently economic downturn? Let me know at creekroadpottery@gmail.com

Links:

A Free Pottery Cost Analysis spreadsheet free for download I created some time back that you might find helpful!
https://creekroadpottery.com/pottery-cost-analysis-spread-sheet/

Janet Holdcraft’s “Blue Dawn”

https://creekroadpottery.com/janet-holdcrafts-blue-dawn-glaze/

The Gallery41 Hebrew Jar Collection

https://creekroadpottery.com/line-upon-line-collection/

 

The Practice: Shipping Creative Work. by Seth Godin

 

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