Step 1: Starting the Pot
From there I started using 1/4 inch coils.
You need to be able to score and slip each and every coil on top of the previous coil with a slight off center outward
As you can see in the photos I added the center red earthen clay center watering/ feeding tube. To make this I used a wooden dow to use coils to keep it straight and as soon as it became leather dry I cut out some porthole into it and scored and slipped it onto the bottom of the pot.
He as you can see I have started cutting out and installing the side planters. These I cut out a half circle and scored and slipped a 1/4 thick slab to the inside of the pot ensuring that it has enough slack unit to give it a bowlish exterior bulge.
Step 2: Finishing Up the Pot
For the top there planing bowls I off set the top ones from the bottom ones. He I settled on keeping up the coil pot look on the outside by covering and integrating the coils slipped into the planter bowls so it appeared to be a seedless coil.
The inside of the pot is a different story on the inside I took extra time to make sure that the insides were smooth. And to finish it out I made sure that there was drainage hole on the bottom of the pot to insure that there is proper drainage for the type of plant you are making this for.
For the very top I wanted to convey that the pot was finished so I used many small pieces of coil to wrap around the to to give it a rope like finish.