crochet and rug hooks, magnetic pin cups, shawl pins, collectible thimbles and more.
New Hampshire artisan, Cynthia Ellis – juried member of the League of NH Craftsmen – has been turning colorful wood into useful, beautiful works of craft for over 35 years, exhibiting her creativity at fine art and craft shows across the country, with unique pieces made to the highest quality standards. Working freehand at the lathe, as the spirit moves, each piece is truly one-of-a-kind.
Made from domestic hardwoods
and also, rare ‘UN-obtainium’
Exotic-looking “DymondWood” – an ‘extinct’ dyed, birch laminate – was created by the now-defunct Rutland Plywood Corp. of VT. It is no longer obtainable… hence the nickname! My leftover stock will soon accent natural, domestic woods.
Wood Turnings by Cynthia
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So excited to venture a bit westerly, to show and sell my work in Paducah, KY.
Their legendary Quilt Week will host 200 vendors–-including me! I’ll be found in the booth of “Follow That Thread.”
I hope you will tell your friends in that region to look me up.
And I can hardly wait to see the quality of quilts from the US center of that industry!