Monday, 17 October 2011

Some of our customers projects

It's been a busy weekend but all good fun, we had lots of visitors and some precious time out visiting a local market and Poole Quay with our family - the weather was perfect, Poole was shimmering in the late Autumn sunshine. We took a drive around Sandbanks, the famously expensive area of Poole where a sandy promontory stretches out into the beautiful bay. I even managed to find some Dorset "hag" stones on the beach, I have plans for these - have a guess!



But now it's back to the normal working week, lots of Wegner wishbone chairs, I'll post up more about those in the next few days.

We've also been working on our websites and Facebook page, in future I will try and post more regular updates about materials and any special Christmas gifty items we are working on, (yes Christmas is coming....oooh no!) One new page I'm working on will be for customer projects on the Seat Weaving Supplies website. We've been collecting together photos and info about special projects that some of our customers have worked on using our materials. One of those featured will be Mike Abbott's green wood chair making courses. Here's a preview of the work that some of his students have created:


Black Danish cord looks lovely on greenwood chairs! Great work. There will be all sorts of projects on the new webpage,we love to see just how creative people are and to show off their work, I'll let you know when the page is online.

Talking of artistic folk...please take a moment out to look at Wendy's site for her "Handmade Monday" feature that encourages creative people. And while you're there, please read her post and please, if you can, support her in her quest to help sufferers of MS. It's such a cruel and unpredictable disease that I'm sure will have touched most peoples lives in some way at some point.

It makes us appreciate just how lucky we are, enjoy every day folks.

6 comments:

Susie said...

Hmmm cant' wait to see what you do with the "hag' stones. Now I'll have to come back and check!
Love the chairs, and beautiful work! :)

Wendy said...

I've never even heard of hag stones and can't wait to know what they're for! Thank you for the mention about MS xx

Caroline Lovis (Redneedle) said...

Had to click on the 'hagstone' link, now I know something new. Looking forward to seeing what you're going to do with them. The chairs are lovely

mcrafts said...

very interesting read about the hag stones - Chairs are great! Mich :)

Caroline Nash said...

I always admire weaving work the results are stunning.

Picto said...

I too clicked on the Hag Stone link, what an interesting story and new to me.
The row of chairs look great, well done to all.

Jan x