Lace Pottery

Licensing Collections

Licensing Collections

June 3, 20130 Comments

To date I have worked on several collections for licensing. The collection with the most pieces is the Pineapple Butterfly Collection. The Welcome Change – Butterfly Collection includes many pottery pieces, crochet designs and matching graphics. All of the butterfly pottery designs were created using my original crochet butterfly lace designs.  I designed several pineapple [...]

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Lace Pottery: How it all began

Lace Pottery: How it all began

May 29, 20133 Comments

In 1999 I took pottery at the Center for Creative Arts in downtown Greensboro, NC with my daughter Allison in hopes of spending joyful time with her. No matter what I did I could not get the hang of the wheel. I found it so frustrating. Luckily there was another way. Our teacher showed us [...]

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Timeless Impressions

Timeless Impressions

April 30, 20134 Comments

This was an article written by Jeanne Delathouder with photography by Marcy Black Simpson in the May/June 2011 issue of Victoria Magazine.  The article is a beautifully written story of my life journey. From her Kernersville studio in North Carolina, Maggie Weldon preserves priceless memories with delicate imprints of antique lace. A discovery she made [...]

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Maggie’s Creative Journey

Maggie’s Creative Journey

April 29, 20130 Comments

Crochet became Maggie’s first creative endeavor.  Between 1981 and 1996, Maggie spent time designing hundreds of afghan crochet patterns and various home decoration projects for needlework publishers as well as yarn companies.  Her designs have been showcased on television, featured in various books, magazines and leaflets. Maggie’s Crochet was started in 1996 along with the [...]

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North Carolina Potter’s Conference

North Carolina Potter’s Conference

March 7, 20110 Comments

This weekend I attended the 24th annual North Carolina Pottery Conference in nearby Asheboro, NC. The three day conference featured five Jingdezhen porcelain masters from Jingdezhen, China. Each master was trained in one pottery technique for years to earn their “master” status. The masters included a slab master, thrower, trimmer, underglazer and overglazer. In China [...]

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