Every great story starts in a basement, right? So does Kirsten Firlik and Booke Teters. Seven years ago they decided to jump off a cliff and turn a long time hobby into a business. It wasn't too long before they needed to quit their jobs so they could focus on growing their business. In the past seven years they have taught classes, rented studio space, participated in art shows and sold supplies. After a time they decided they needed to find a focus for their business. Although a long road with many bumps, the decision was easy-make pots, which is where they feel their gifts and talents could shine. Now their focus is solely on making simply elegant handcrafted pottery.