Back to where I started

Well when I started my blog back in January I was making porringers. In March I oiled them up, here they are.


And now they have all been sold so I have to make more. Today I parceled up the last 6 for a customer and also cut up another big lump of beech to make more. I shall be out of porringers till after Christmas though. They were a really nice batch and I like to think of all those folk out there enjoying eating their breakfast out of them.

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2 Responses to Back to where I started

  1. johnjoiner November 28, 2008 at 3:33 pm #

    I’m glad business is going well over there. Your work is beautiful.How many bowls do you make in one batch?

  2. Robin Wood November 30, 2008 at 10:35 am #

    A batch is a funny sort of concept really. I buy a tree or cut some slabs from a big tree then work my way through it then get some more. I tend to make just one type of item out of each log that I cut, that is the most efficient way. The porringers are made from a large 250 year old beech tree full of character. I maybe make 50 or so before moving on to plates or whatever I feel like doing or whatever the next log suggests.

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