Last weekend, around the campfire I cut a short length of fresh silver birch, split the log in two and carved from it a twin handled bowl, smooth on the inside, raw ‘hewn’ on the outside and decorated with a line of chipping on the rim. Perfect for the Winter Solstice.
December 19, 2013
silver birch ‘dugout’ bowl
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