“I purchased one [seam ripper] and it's still my favorite. It's beautiful, was sharp when I received it and it's still sharp. I wouldn't hesitate to purchase another. Because it's my favorite, I take very good care of it and have never misplaced it.”
“ Yours were my favorites of all my hair sticks; I've since cut my hair very short, so they have gone to my daughter. She loves them as well, especially since they are among the few that actually work with her hair which extends to mid-thigh and is very thick. ”
“ My wife loved her tools. She's a quilter, and she keeps them right at her sewing machine all the time.”
“ As with the other pieces I have bought from you, it is absolutely unique and beautiful. It was a letter opener and I'm truly amazed at how good it actually works. It's not just a beautiful piece of art but functional. “
“ OMG I LOVE YOUR HAIRSTICKS!!!!!!”
“ I just adore the look and feel of my WoodbyC crochet hooks - they really make me feel inspired as well as being the perfect length, weight and feel for use. ”
“ ...actually bought several of the dip pens. I bought the first because it was so pretty, after that it was because of the way they felt in my hands. very comfortable... and still very pretty. “
Modern technology aside, handwriting will endure. Authors to Zentanglers will enjoy it more using one of my unique, handcrafted writing instruments!
Whether you are a quilt maker or a seamstress, do embroidery, cross-stitch or needlepoint, crochet or knit, or hook rugs, there is a special gift for you here!
Magnetic Scissor Pendant
Stiletto ~ Laying Tool
Discontinued. Letter Opener
Discontinued. Tinkle Bells
Other Wooden Goodies
The first wooden “tool” I ever made was a hairpin (necessary to keep my tresses out of the machinery). Here are others:
Dbl-Pt Knitting End Caps
Magnetic Fridge Vases
Rug Hook ~ Crochet Hook
My wood supplier (Rutland VT Plywood) is now out of the laminating business, following a catastrophic fire in 2014.
I’m redesigning my line of tools and accessories to feature natural, mostly North American hardwoods, sometimes with nuggets of leftover DymondWood inlaid as a colorful accent. I hope you will like these new “hybrid” styles!