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.
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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
There are times when you want to have your own craft course on a 1-to-1 basis. Whether you’ve a specific element you want to cover in depth, get individual tuition and attention, set the date to fit yourself or learn … Continue reading
A great day today teaching Sam Robinson on a one-to-one workshop at Sprint Mill. Sam is a current apprentice on the Bill Hogarth Apprenticeship scheme, now in his second year. We’d been talking about various crafts a couple of weeks … Continue reading
The curach project is underway. Yesterday Edward, Ian and I spent a terrific day working together at Sprint Mill to build the frame from spruce. A local carpenter had machined the pieces to size for us and Edward’s son kindly … Continue reading
On Sunday I ran the first of my mowing courses at Sprint Mill near Kendal in Cumbria. The course is designed to introduce people to mowing with a scythe or provide a refresher for those who would like to be … Continue reading