Wow, I actually did it! I got yesterday's pendants bisque fired last night and glazed them up for Raku today! I took the little kiln outside and it is heating up now. I must admit that I really don't know exactly what I am doing here. I put in a cone 04 and hope to catch it before it bends and turns the kiln off. (any of you who Raku with a kiln that has a kiln-sitter... how do you regulate the temperature?) I only have the 20-ish pieces shown above, so I should be able to handle this amount. I put them on three long kiln posts set horizontally and I hope I will be able to carefully remove the posts from the kiln with my tongs without all of the pendants falling off. I might have to think about making some kind of kiln furniture to make this easier, but for now I hope to just see if it kind of works and how the glazes look. I took notes (see them in the pic?) so I will know what glaze is on which piece. Oh I hope some of them turn out! Bouncy Raku Dance!