A comprehensive and practical guide to working with an Austrian scythe.
Perfect if you cannot attend a course or as a reference guide following tuition.
Tag Archives: cumbria
A beautiful spring weekend for a spoon carving workshop in the woods. Continue reading
Two opportunities to hone your scything skills and meet new people at community mowing events in the North-West. Continue reading
Buttery conditions for my first Learn to Scythe course of the year.
Learn to Scythe in Cumbria in 2016:
27th May or 16th July – £80 To book a place email firstname.lastname@example.org Continue reading
Know how to scythe and looking for a chance to mow on a larger area? Training up for the European Scythe Championships in 2016? or just fancy helping out on a local conservation project? Well, here’s your chance Continue reading
The weather forecast was for heavy rain all day, how did my first Lean to Scythe course of 2015 turn out? Here’s a clue:
The ‘Out of the Woods’ exhibition at Farfield Mill will be first chance to see my new range of work in the flesh. You are invited to the preview.. 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
Following the success of last year, I am once again exhibiting during C-Art in Cumbria as part of the Sprint Mill collective open every day 13-28 Sept 11:00-16:30. The photos give you a taste of what’s on offer but the Mill and the work within needs to be seen in person. Continue reading