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The very first thing any craftsman have to consider is whether they want to earn money or if they just want to create work as a hobby. Pottery can very quickly lead to the point where even an amateur will have to reconsider the purpose of their creations.
Selling pottery to the public and offering services from your studio means that it must be accessible to the public. You have to choose an aproppriate place and consider certain state and city laws as well as general safety laws that are important to obey.
Home based businesses are often popular, because it may be a cheaper option and it is possible that you can subtract a part of your home from taxes. Mothers can take care of their own children when they are not in school and combine work with home routine.
It is a good idea to make a list to identify the needs of the potter. Instead of wasting time, energy, electricity and maintenance, it is possible to convert the extra space to money by renting a part out to a person with a complimenting business.