UPDATED DECEMBER 11TH. I MOVED THE AVAILABLE SPOONS (AND ONE BOWL) TO THE TOP OF THE LIST. THAT WAY IT’S EASIER TO SEE WHAT’S STILL HERE FOR SALE. AS NOTED BELOW, BASKETS ARE ON A SEPARATE PAGE; AS OF COURSE ARE MAUREEN’S KNITTING & FELTING. I HAVE ANOTHER BATCH OF SPOONS I PLAN ON POSTING BY WEDNESDAY DEC 16TH.
I forgot to add a couple of notes to this post. First off, Maureen wanted me to remind people that she’s added some stuff to her knitted & felted goods on Etsy. here’s the link, and on the sidebar of the blog is a photo of some knitted wallets that link to her site as well. https://www.etsy.com/shop/MaureensFiberArts
And I added a separate page about my ash baskets – easier to keep them apart from the spoons maybe. I think the pages aren’t taking comments lately, so email me if you’d like to get one of the baskets. https://pfollansbee.wordpress.com/baskets-furniture/ The email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Greenwood Fest is filling up, so if you’re thinking about attending just a heads-up that it’s going to sell out. soon. http://plymouthcraft.org/?page_id=2272
NOW – back to the spoons. I try to keep this updated, so I’ve marked a few as sold. There will be one more batch before December gets too crazy. And beyond too.
Some spoons for sale. Leave a comment letting me know which spoon you’d like, and payment preference. Paypal is easiest, or you can send a check. If we go the paypal route, I will send an invoice and we can take it from there. Prices include priority shipping in the US, typically around $7.
Carving Wooden Spoons DVD Or, make your own spoons – I have 8 copies of the video available, price is $38, which includes postage in the US. 127 minutes.
Dec spoon 04; birch. A nice crook shape, a large bowl serving spoon.
L: 8 3/4″ W: 3″
Dec spoon 05, SOLD
rhododendron. This wood is a favorite; grows in very expressive crooks.
L: 7 3/4″ W: 1 1/2″
Dec spoon 06, also rhododendron. same story as #05.
L: 7 1/4″ W: 1 1/4″
Dec spoon 08, SOLD
L: 9″ W: 2 3/4″
Dec spoon 12; apple. SOLD
A large serving/cooking spoon.
L: 12″ W: 3″
Dec hewn bowl, tulip poplar. – SOLD
I made this bowl during a film shoot for next year’s DVD on the subject.
chip carved rim.
L: 16 3/4″ W: 8 1/2″ H: (at handles) 4″
EVERYTHING BELOW HERE IS ALREADY SOLD. MORE SOON.
Dec spoon 01; SOLD
birch. small server.
L: 9″ W; 2″
Dec spoon 02; SOLD
birch serving spoon. Soaked in flax oil, nearly translucent.
L: 11″ W: 3″
Dec spoon 03; SOLD
mulberry. I cut down a small sapling here at home, and it had many nice crook’d shapes in it. Hard, yellow/green colored wood.
L: 8 1/2″ W: 2″
Dec spoon 07, SOLD
more birch. more translucence.
L: 8″ W: 2″
December spoon 09 SOLD
Rhododendron. Another in the series. I love this wood.
L: 8 1/4″ W: 1 1/2″
Dec spoon 10; SOLD
a cooking/serving spoon from pear. Beautiful wood.
L: 11″ W: 3″
Dec spoon 11; SOLD
another in pear. This time with a perfectly arranged (accidentally) heartwood accent.
L: 6 1/2″ W: 2″
Dec spoon 13; SOLD
cherry. A nicely shaped eating spoon, small serving spoon.
L: 7″ W: 2″
Dec spoon 14, – SOLD
a weirdly shaped apple spoon. It winds & bends this way & that. I lean towards strange shapes sometimes.
L: 11 1/4″ W: 2 1/8″