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Since 1998, Pottery Making Illustrated has helped potters at all skill levels increase their enjoyment and productivity in the studio. It’s the only how-to publication of its kind! With easy-to-follow and well-illustrated techniques, our readers quickly learn new skills. And with practical information on tools and supplies in every issue, they're able to make sound decisions about what they need next for even greater success.

Pottery Making Illustrated is where potters look to improve their skills. Pottery Making Illustrated gives them the step-by-step processes to do it.

• 1-year subscription for $19.99, automatically renewed until canceled
• Individual issues are $3.99 each
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What’s New

Version 8.4

Minor Bug Fixes and Support for iOS 13 devices.

Ratings and Reviews

1.7 out of 5
12 Ratings

12 Ratings

Annie Bo ,

Great magazine, very buggy app

I love the magazine, but after every iOS update, I have to delete the app and reinstall. Annoying! Fix the app!

Enna689 ,

This magazine deserved a five stars

This is the real deal, the legitimate source to getting your pottery experience up from the basic to advance by using the techniques you get through the process supplied by professionals who gives you the hints on how to create your own pottery. There are photos in clear details with specific techniques you can use to get to the level of expertise you need to showcase through your work. Tools are provided in greater details and you will never have to miss every opportunity when you start your subscription because all of the information are provided when you sign up with the most reliable source, provided by the American Ceramic Society that publishes Ceramic Monthly and Pottery Illustrated, two of the best and well detailed magazines. I have found the digital edition to be very reliable and well-sourced. I will always rely on both Ceramic Monthly and Pottery Illustrated to get all of the information I need in order to be a successful potter.

Diane W L ,

Update on problem with Downloading the newest issue

I’ve subscribed for a year , and it has been wonderful to use the app and carry it anywhere to read. Now the newest issue won’t download, so I figured my subscription is up and renewed it, but it still won’t download. There was no notification about why it won’t download. I’ve written to the publisher, but I hope between the tech support for iTunes app and the publisher, something can be worked out. I haven’t had problem with other publications I subscribed on my iPad before.

Update: A few days later, I deleted the app then download again. This time the newest issue became available. Therefore, I changed the rating from 3 to 4 stars. It’s hard to find my way back when I go to the sale and advertisement section in the back of each issues. That’s the reason for 4 stars. Otherwise, I enjoy the digital section very much. It’s got beautiful images and easy to use. Please keep up the good work!

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