Thursday, May 24, 2018

New Handspinning Tools for Etsy







Two new spindles were just listed in our Etsy shop this afternoon. The French reproduction spindle was crafted by Dave from hard maple, and he has adorned it with his signature pyrographed leaf motif. Dave crafted the midi weight top whorl drop spindle from cherry and birch. The aluminum insert was painted by Jo with alcohol inks, and sealed with resin.

Thanks for looking!

Monday, May 21, 2018

New Fiber Tools for Etsy


New fiber tools were listed in our Etsy shop today. Thanks for looking!
-Mini Victorian Hard Maple and Brazilian Cherry Top Whorl $40
-Mini Victorian Walnut and Birch Top Whorl $40
-Mini Redheart and Birch Top Whorl $30
-Mini Hormigo Negro and Birch Top Whorl $30
-Hard Maple with Pyrography Phang Support Spindle $39
-Hand Painted Pin Cushion/Needle Minder $29

Wednesday, May 16, 2018

New Fiber Tools for Etsy


These are our newest tools to be listed on Etsy. The spindles and tatting shuttle are sold, but some of the alcohol ink pin cushions are still available. Thanks for taking a look!


Sunday, April 29, 2018

Two New Fiber Tools for Etsy


Two new fiber art tools were just listed in our Etsy shop this afternoon. Included in the listing is a heart shaped Cascade Collection needle minder/pin cushion. Also included is a double ended crochet hook in sizes G (4.00mm) and H (5.00mm). Thanks for taking a look!

Thursday, April 26, 2018

Monday, April 23, 2018

New Double Ended Crochet Hooks for Easy


Dave has crafted four beautiful double ended crochet hooks for our Etsy shop. The 7 1/2 inch long hooks feature centerpieces of cocobolo, padauk, and bocote. These hooks have been sold.

New Fiber Tools for Easy


We have listed three new fiber tools in our Etsy shop today. The top whorl drop spindle features an alcohol ink and resin insert. The pin cushion/needle minder is a new tool in our Cascade Collection. Thanks for looking!

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Cascade Collection Tatting Shuttle


Dave has recently added an airbrush system to his studio, and as such has added a new line of tatting shuttles he is calling his Cascade Collection. Three of these new tatting shuttles are on the way to our Etsy shop.

Dave was inspired by the Fernware shuttles made in Mauchline, Scotland during the 19th century. The unique shuttles, sewing notions and boxes were decorated by using real fern leaves and other floral leaves in a reverse stenciling technique to develop beautiful designs that were shaped by nature. Since we live in the heart of the Cascade Mountain region and have an abundance of ferns and other floral leaves available, Dave wanted to reproduce an artisan shuttle similar to the antique shuttles once produced in Scotland. His Cascade Collection shuttles will include those with designs on a single side as well as some with double sides. He hopes to expand the collection to include other fiber tools such as spindles and spool knitters.