Judith Tyndall generally begins her work with an the shape she wants to start with. After, she decides on shape, she chooses a color palette. In this piece, Tyndall created a shape that had a soft fold, and was horizontal. The first firing was a full fuse going up to 1500 degrees. While at that temperature she added more color to it to give it depth. The final firing over molds and fiber blankets was 1325 degrees. Finally the edges were cleaned up with a glass saw, for a very clear line.