I've just sat down to write this week's post and have just realised that this is a rather special one, as in, it's number 26 of 52, or half way. If I'd thought about this before I might have done something special, but I didn't so I will go ahead and show what I have done this week end.
As it happens I have two spoons this weekend. The first is a small cedar spoon, using kiln-dried cedar plank. I saw a rather nice little spoon in john Lewis, made of thin perspex and I thought it would look nice, in the same style and made of wood - an icecream spoon perhaps?
The second is based on a beautiful antiques spoon that Jarrod Stonedahl showed on his blog a couple of posts ago and when I saw it I knew I had to try and replicate it. Mine is made of green rowan, the original looked like a burl or root of some kind with lovely grain pattern and a wonderful dark patina. i was pleased with mine and will definately do another when I get some more interesting wood.