Claire
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Elizabethan feather fan. Oooh, I'm making one...how fun and beautiful!!

Sapphire & Sage - Renaissance & Medieval Feather Fans Collection----wish I could find something like this for a tail, tho longer

This is a hot tub in Poland near Warsaw by Paulina [www.facebook.com/...]. Cob pioneer Becky Bee recommends that building a cob hot tub is a good first project to learn about your land, its clay and climate and something to provide you with hot water to relax and wash in after a hard day's cobbing. You can watch a fireside chat with Becky on building a cob hot tub here:   www.youtu.be/...

To go with the cob oven - a cob tub! allow the kids to design and help build this garden asset. making cob is like making mud pies! a wonderful summer project that is ready to use when the weather turns cold.

zero light plants

Dennie's Resurfacing has compiled some zero light plants that can add fantastic decor to your zero light bathroom or office. Wonderful options if you need some low light foliage.

''If everyone had a cob tub it would be a different world''. Listen to Becky Bee at www.naturalhomes.org/timeline/cob-hot-tub.htm about why the first thing she recommends you do is build a cob hot tub on your land.

To go with the cob oven - a cob tub! allow the kids to design and help build this garden asset. making cob is like making mud pies! a wonderful summer project that is ready to use when the weather turns cold.

Artist Matt Brown says, 'We were running a bit short on shelving in the kitchen and wanted somewhere we could store all the preserves we’re going to make from the garden this year, so we went to the timber yard to see what they had. They had this, 155cm long piece of chestnut. It was pretty heavily cracked and pitted, with knotholes and so on. But, I had a plan. Resin inlay. A technique traditionally used with a colour-matched epoxy to the wood, to give an ‘invisible’ repair. I’m ...

Artist Matt Brown says, It was pretty heavily cracked and pitted, with knotholes and so on. But, I had a plan. A technique traditionally used with a color-matched epoxy to the wood, to give an ‘invisible’ repair.