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Author Archives: Steve Tomlin
Two lovely photos sent to me of the scythesman featuring in the stained glass window at Two Temple Place in London.
People all over the world will be peening on April 5th; make sure you don’t miss it! Continue reading
Last weekend I was invited up to Northumberland to teach a group how to carve wooden spoons. We had a lot of fun. Continue reading
In beautiful spalted birch, this is a unique ladle with curves to die for. Continue reading
Why not learn a new skill in 2015 or buy a course date as a special gift for someone?
Come and learn to use an axe and knives or a scythe in the beautiful Lake District on a short course with a leading UK craft tutor.
Guaranteed fun with like-minded people in an inspiring setting, you’ll take home fantastic memories as well as your new skills. Continue reading
If you’re like me, then the first coffee of the day is something special and even more so at the weekend. Continue reading
People are often surprised when I tell them I make wooden spoons and yet we’ve all got them in the kitchen and they’re our most direct contact with the food we’re cooking. Why make do with the same mass-produced spoon … Continue reading
Last few days to get my cherry eating spoon at the special offer price. Continue reading
Today was the opening of a new exhibition at Farfield Mill in Cumbria where I am exhibiting my latest carved bowls. Continue reading