Dee Synnott Wood Craft
Bowls and cups turned on a foot powered Viking style lathe. Hand carved spoons. Items to buy, workshops, gift vouchers
Dee Synnott carves wooden spoons and turns bowls, cups and locking-lidded containers on a foot-powered lathe. No sandpaper, no power tools.
CUPS, BOWLS, SPOONS, WORKSHOPS, GIFT VOUCHERS
Markets, Workshops, Demonstrations
CARING FOR YOUR WOODEN ITEMS
Wood is a very different material to ceramics or plastic, and such, it has very different qualities and needs.If soaked in water, it may absorb too much and be difficult to dry it properly, if stored too close to a heat source like a radiator, it may crack.
Taking care of your woodenware
Wash gently with warm, soapy water. (not boiling)
Make sure it is properly dry before stacking it. (Drip and towel dry)
Occasionally, oil the woodenware with raw food grade linseed or walnut oil, this will help the wood stay lovely for years to come.
With use, the colour of the wood will change, and this change should be enjoyed. Woodware's ability to absorb colour creates a personal archaeology
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