Oh my gosh! I remember bowls and little containers. Lots and lots and lots of them! (Another wood worker's wife called them 'little pots'. -gigggles-)Must show the purple wood to husband, who has been a wood worker, all his life. I don't remember seeing such before. I'm sure he will be interested. :-)Happy Spring!"Auntie"
such beautiful work, I love the smell of freshly turned wood,
Susie! I am so glad that you shared Ted's work! How beautiful. This type of craftsmanship truly amazes me. I hope it's warming up there!~Lynne w/L.
What beautiful dishes! And I noticed on your sidebar that you love English movies with Gwyneth Paltrow and love To Kill a Mockingbird. Me too!!! I have watched other versions of Emma and they're all imposters. I am not a crier, but Mr. Knightley had me nearly sobbing when he reprimanded Emma for the way she treated Miss Bates. Anyway, Gwyneth Paltrow was also amazing in 'Perfect Murder.' How about your favorite Sense & Sensibility? Love the version with Hattie Morahan and Dan Stevens (long before he became Matthew Crawley. :-) ANYway, Im following you on Feedly reader. Hope you'll stop in!
Hi Susie,I don't know if it's my computer or yours, but the last two posts I couldn't see pics on your posts. Of your sister or your St. Patty's day deco. Who knows.....Your husband does nice woodwork. Are you getting ready for the market this summer? Happy Spring! (sucky weather!)Cindy Bee
Ted has really been busy! The wood pieces are wonderful! Where does he sell them - only at the Farmer's Market?Have a good Wednesday! xo Nellie
He is so talented. Someone gave us a set of purple heart salad bowls for our wedding. They are so pretty
I'll show Mark those pics of the purple heart wood. Didn't realize it would polish up so light.
Wow-He is an amazing wood worker. It is just gorgeous- xo Diana
Awww. these are so beautiful. My brother does this kind of work .. Thank you for his amazing talent..Hugs.
Oh, very pretty....how wonderful to have a woodworker in the family!!
Thank you for sharing these lovely treasures. What talent!
I've never seen the purple heart wood before. Just stunning! Lucky you to get to use these lovely handmade things.
Oh, my gosh ...these are just so beautiful! Ted is so gifted! Love the purple wood, never seen it before.Blessings,Gert
just lovely!!!!smiles, beexoxo
Purple heart...be still my heart! How beautiful! I love all of the bowls that have lids. It must take a lot of work to get those just right. I am amazed! Tell him we all think he is the best! Sweet hugs...give him some of those, too!