This gallery contains 8 photos.
Using hand carved wooden-ware in my own kitchen feels so satisfying compared to cheap machine made utensils.
A few weekends ago myself and about 9 others went down to the Hockerton Housing project near Nottingham to help out with planting a new hedge, making a living willow hedge and some thatching. If you’re driving past the site … Continue reading
These are some of the experiments with natural dyes that i did this summer. At spoonfest this year a lot of the focus was on painted spoons however i decided to look towards what the trees themselves have to offer, … Continue reading
I’ve often wondered what would happen if i were to leave one of my regular eating spoons to travel into the unseen realms of a café’s kitchen. would they even notice this little stow away, would they take delight in … Continue reading
So SPOONFEST happened again! i decided to volunteer for the first time as im lucky enough to work with wood everyday and so thought it could be a good opportunity to pass on skills and knowledge to others. i was … Continue reading
recently i went to see one of my favourite folk bands ‘This is the kit’, they have a song ‘two wooden spoons’ and this is where the name for my business originates. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8FY2EO9wjiw after the show i spoke to Kate and … Continue reading
So after almost 3 years being mostly self taught and having some success at selling my wares at the 2013 Spoonfest. I decided to book some 1-1 time with an already established green wood carver whose spoons I have a … Continue reading
i unfortunately had my camera stolen last summer so have struggled updating the site. however after a 1-1 with Steve tomlin who his and experienced and talented green wood carver ive been making some fantastic new pieces with new ideas … Continue reading