Remove the moulding rings and leave the mud rings for 4-5 days until dry.
While the rings dry, collect and wash the sand you will require (See instructions later).
When the rings are dry, prepare an area of ground in the shade where you will make the pot. It should be flat and cleared of all leaves and debris. If you have some polythene or an old sack, lay it on the ground, or else use large leaves, to make a clear area about 18” across.
Stack the 6 flat-topped rings on top of each other. If the rings are not dry enough, the mould will collapse. Make sure the stack is not leaning.
The circumference at ground level should be no more than 41 inches. At the top of the mould the circumference should be 30-33 inches. The height should be 33 inches.
Make any required repairs with mud and leave to dry. The surface of the mud can be smoothed by rubbing with a wet plastic bag or wet rubber glove. Make sure the mould is upright and has a flat top. Make sure the bottom of the mould is straight and smooth where it meets the ground.