Saturday, 21 July 2012

bowls with holes






and some without...


10 comments:

TropiClay Studio said...

Very nice bowls, with and without holes!

Lynn said...

These are beautiful.

Elaine said...

The berry bowls which you made delight me every time I use them - which is quite frequently, at the moment.

Tony Giles said...

What are the bowls with holes for as a matter of interest?

smartcat said...

these are the most elegant holey bowls I've ever seen. So pretty all together on the boards. How do you drill your holes and at what stage of drying?

Zhoen said...

"Not for soup, not for soup, not for soup" she repeats to herself over and over, to avoid the last incident at dinner.

Joanne said...

Your bowls with holes have nice little feet.

yeractual said...

Reminds me a bit of Cevanol pans: pans with holes - for chestnuts, of course!

gz said...

smartcat I use drill bits, by hand. Often I'll vary patterns by using different sizes together.

Tony, they are "berry bowls"..if you've washed some fresh berries, or drained a small tin of whatever...like a small colander!!

yeractual, wouldn't they be used on the coals?

farmlady said...

Beautiful and useful. You do such lovely work.