What do fernheads, salads, and pears all have in common?

Posted on April 26, 2011 by Furls Business Academy | 2 Comments

This spoon. THAT’S RIGHT, this monstrously well-endowed salad spoon was carved into curly cadence out of European Pearwood. They call pearwood the wood of woods, and MAN-O-MAN I CAN SEE WHY.

Its beautiful cafe color with a hint of pink really exudes woodiness and, when curled as exquisitely as it has been here, this pearwood reminds me why I fell in love with wood in the first place. That’s right, this spoon has saved my relationship with wood, or at least rekindled the glorious bonfire that the relationship once was.

But enough about the aphrodisiacal properties of pearwood, and more about this spoon. Personally, this spoons is the perfect compliment to a salad: not only is it a salad spoon but it’s large bowl makes tossing a pleasure, and it’s bodacious fiddlehead curve provides a lovely contrast to the organic crispness of a fresh salad.

Curly-Q is available for sale right HERE. As always, sanded to a lovely, satiny texture and finished with organic olive oil. You and your baby are safe!    

Posted in craft, curvy, diy, Fiddlehead, handmade, Spoon, Wood, woodcraft, Wooden, woodwork

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Shivam
Shivam

November 24, 2012

Well luckily wool has many insnuatilg qualities. I have limited my collection to one under the bed box and one dresser drawer for yarn that is not a WIP (work in progress) I have been trying not to make any new purchases until I start/finish a project and make more room.

Nanik
Nanik

November 24, 2012

When making ciarten things you have to space out your stitches sometimes to avoid it curling. Like putting a double crochet into the same stitch twice every 5 stiches.

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