This most recent body of work literally combines two ancient crafts: knitting (from 3rd-5th century CE ) and pottery (from 18,000 BCE) into one cerami-knit work of art. Since I use porcelain as my clay, I call it knitted porcelain. In truth the pieces may be knit, crocheted, knotted or sewn – or a combination of these techniques. But always the clay is porcelain. Completed fiber vessels are stitched, shaped, dipped in porcelain slip, further shaped and appendaged, dried and fired. The kiln burns away the fiber leaving vitrified porcelain with all its beauty, strength and translucency.