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Mud Luv Pottery Opens New Pottery Studio in Carlisle, Pennsylvania

[DED] Stephanie Beigh, owner and founder of Mud Luv Pottery, recently opened a new pottery studio at 210 C St. in Carlisle, Pennsylvania.

A Community of Creativity

Stephanie Beigh, owner and founder of Mud Luv Pottery Studio, has been in business selling her pottery for about six years. While making pottery in her basement, Beigh was setting up at craft and vendor shows selling her pottery as well.

At the beginning of April, Beigh and her husband opened up their first pottery studio, known as Mud Luv Pottery Studio in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. “We just thought it was time to expand,” says Beigh.

As for inspiration, Beigh gives tremendous credit and thanks to her husband, who has shown her support throughout her entire pottery career. She shares, “My husband is a tremendous help behind every aspect of it between construction, ideas, and support. He has just been a huge inspiration.”

The studio, which is located at 210 C St. in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, offers numerous services including pottery classes, private events, and open studio hours. Pottery classes has been most popular so far pulling in approximately 250 people. However, the private events and the open studio hours have been just as popular too.

With studio time membership, individuals can come and go as often as they like, during business
hours. All Mud Luv Pottery tools, glazes, wheels, series, etc  are available for use. Kiln firings are included as well. The only additional purchase is the clay. Beigh emphasizes, “This is a great way to perfect your skills while making friends and learning from each other.”

Each pottery class, private event, or open studio hour visit, individuals can come and make pottery, relax, learn new skills, and get creative. “I enjoy seeing people come in, learning from each other, and hearing their tips and tricks,” Beigh continues, “That is really the whole concept of our studio, which is to create a clay community or arts family.”

Classes Offered

At Mud Luv Pottery Studio, Beigh offers a unique variety of classes and workshops for all individuals to learn how to make pottery. Beigh, at her studio, offers six-week wheel throwing pottery classes, six-week hand building, using the potter’s wheel, couples/date night classes, kids’ pottery classes, private lessons, hand building lessons, sip-n-spin classes, and hand building a mug classes.

With a variety of unique pottery classes and workshops, Mud Luv Pottery Studio offers something for everyone near the Franklin County area. To book a class or for more information on a specific class offered, visit Mud Luv Pottery Studio’s classes page.

Mud Luv Pottery Studio continues to add new classes and workshops. Beigh continues to think and plan ahead hoping to create fun, exciting, and relaxing upcoming events for the fall and Christmas season.

As a potter herself, Beigh also continues to hold open houses and sell her products on her website. Beigh offers beautiful pieces of pottery including mugs, tumblers, bowls, and spoon rests. Visit the shop page to support and purchase a certain product.

Lastly, to stay up to date with any new upcoming events, details, or information follow Mud Luv Pottery on Instagram and Facebook. Beigh invites all individuals to, “come over, have fun, relax, and play in the mud.”

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