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Maple Leaf Spoon Rest
This extra-large spoon rest is perfect for resting your utensils on while cooking. Actually, I like to call them “ladle rests” because they fit ladles so well.
Tools & Materials
Clay Slabs 5/16” Thick (Laguna B-Mix 5)
Wooden Circle 4 ¼” in Diameter
Template 6” in Diameter
Slip (50% Gerstley Borate, 50% Red Iron Oxide)
Flexible Ribs (Red & Yellow Mud Tools)
Clay Knife or X-Acto (Dolan 220C or 220S)
Slab Mat or Canvas