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Sneak Preview: New Boxes

Here's a sneak preview of just a few of the new boxes debuting at our fall 2018 shows.  There's a line-up of little guys (the smallest is about 1.5 inches square): and a team of their bigger brothers. The biggest boxes reflect Rob's passion for nature's oddities. How 'bout handles made from a fossilized sea creature that is between 65 and 240 million years old?Or a magical ole maple burl with the most delicate of whorls? Or a megalodon* tooth from the coastal rivers of South Carolina. * That would be a prehistoric shark about 3x the size of a...

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New Studio Open at Last

After four months of construction, we finally have our new studio! It gives us splendid natural light... ...and loads of room for organizing and storing (yes, neatness counts). We couldn't be happier. You can see all the new creations at our fall craft shows. Check out the schedule here.

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Rob Rings in the New

Rob will be ringing in 2018 by fulfilling his dream of woodworking full time. That's right, he has turned over the reins of his printing business to his partners. He will now devote his days to creating boxes, boards, and anything else that strikes his fancy. And then hitting the road to meet you all at craft shows again. Right now, he is fulfilling commissions from our craft shows last fall. Like an encore version of this knife block, which lets you slide your knives in and out of bizillions of bamboo skewers (de-skewered, of course). And we're also ringing...

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Shark Byte!

Sometimes it helps to grow old.  We were just featured in a special "Becoming an Artist After 60" article in Artsy Shark.  Check it out here! And don't forget to come by and say hello to us two geezers in two weeks at Craft Westport. Its the longest running indoor fine craft event in Connecticut--42 years and still going strong.  So's the Bearded Man. Here he is, gazing lovingly at the wood-turned-into-board for a brand new endgrain cutting board.   SaveSave

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Crop Squares

We are spending the summer growing goodies for the November and December craft shows. Here's how the crop is coming along:

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