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Wood like this doesn’t come along every day. I’m enjoying it while it lasts; here’s your chance to enjoy it too. Continue reading
Last few days to get my cherry eating spoon at the special offer price. Continue reading
A few photos from the last week taken as I’ve been carving my eating spoons. They’ve proven very popular and I’m especially pleased to have got so many orders from other woodworkers and spoon carvers. The cherry wood is carving … Continue reading
I’m so pleased with my latest eating spoons, freshly-carved from Cumbrian cherry. They not only look and work great but they’re a special price, just for my blog readers. Continue reading
A couple of spoons commissioned by a local potter and made to her designs. Really fun to make, the large spoon is 30cm long while it’s little salt spoon brother is just 7cm total.
I’m working my way through a pile of crooked branches that I collected earlier in the year and carving them into serving spoons and ladles. You can predict to some extent how a green wood crook will split but you’re … Continue reading