UPDATE – I completely forgot to point out, these photos are from Marie Pelletier, Plymouth CRAFT’s intrepid photographer. Thanks, Marie.
Some might be repeats – I can’t keep track.
Tobias Eklund and Pär Brask from Morakniv were there all weekend, offering Swedish cowboy coffee and talking knives…it was great having them with us.
Darrick Sanderson (ol’ #16) brought his own lathe, set up outside the pavillion drawing in the crowds to see what all the commotion was about.
The lathe pavillion was always jumping. Not sure if this shot is during Robin Wood’s class, or during Darrick’s in the Fest. Rare shot of the floor being cleaned of shavings.
Tim Manney, helping people get sharp and stay sharp.
They were never not carving.
There was much fan-bird mania.
Pete Galbert kindly supplemented our shaving horse throng. These got used in many groups; drawknife work, fan birds, and more.
Pete Galbert demo’d drawknife stuff for his class.
Dave Fisher’s students concentrating hard on letter-carving in basswood.
For a minute, I though Joel was being serious here, as he tries the spoon mule. But no, still grinning ear-to-ear.
The tip of the iceberg.