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.
Tag Archives: 2014
Following the success of last year, I am once again exhibiting during C-Art in Cumbria as part of the Sprint Mill collective open every day 13-28 Sept 11:00-16:30. The photos give you a taste of what’s on offer but the Mill and the work within needs to be seen in person. Continue reading
Prior to Spoonfest I was lucky enough to be part of an unofficial craft workshop with Anja Sundberg from Sweden. Continue reading
Handmade craft objects are uniquely individual things, I can spot mine a mile off. Continue reading
My Learn to Scythe courses this year have been incredibly popular and booked up long in advance so, to try and accomodate the demand, I have organised an additional course on
The competition at this years Scythe Festival was as hot as the weather and included a result that could changing our view of Continental and English scythes forever. Continue reading
At the weekend I made a trip across the border to teach a spooncarving course at the Woodland Skills Centre for a group including Rod Waterfield, the Centre manager. Continue reading