A comprehensive and practical guide to working with an Austrian scythe. Perfect if you cannot attend a course or as a reference guide following tuition.
Category Archives: carved bowls
Teaching, learning, sharing and swinging axes in Edinburgh Continue reading
Today was the opening of a new exhibition at Farfield Mill in Cumbria where I am exhibiting my latest carved bowls. Continue reading
So Simon Thomas of Staff of Life had the dough bowl over the weekend and tweeted the whole process of mixing, kneading and proving 3kg of dough in my carved bowl. This is a multigrain loaf with malted & rye … Continue reading
This morning I took the new wooden dough bowl over to Simon Thomas at the Staff of Life bakery. It was a lovely busy place with plenty of activity and a steady stream of customers and a great atmosphere. Simon … Continue reading
Some images of a new carved bowl that I finished earlier this year. Carved and finished by hand from local birch it measures 19″x11″x5″ and is designed as a dough bowl (or trough) for mixing, kneading and proving bread dough … Continue reading