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Mahogany and Walnut Yarn Bowl

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Mahogany and Walnut Yarn Bowl

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Mahogany and Walnut Yarn Bowl

169.00
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Yarn bowls are a great help to keep your balls of wool from rolling away or just out of reach of curious pets or kids while you knit or crochet the hours away, they are not only handy but should also be as beautiful and crafted with the same love that you are putting into your craft.

This hand crafted yarn bowl turned in Fijian Mahogany and American Walnut. It was turned in my workshop in Heathmont, a leafy suburb of outer Melbourne and sanded and polished to a fine finish, the yarn slot is then cut by hand and sanded to allow the smooth feed out of your yarn. 

Fijian Mahogany (Swietenia macrophylla) is a plantation timber that is native to South America. Fijian plantations were established by the British with seeds sourced from Belize. Endangered in its native range, plantation grown mahogany provides a sustainable option. 

American Black Walnut (Juglans nigra) is a tall tree, native to the eastern regions of the US, the timber is a beautiful rich, brown chocolate with an attractive figure.

The lighter colour of the Mahogany contrasts beautifully with the deep, warm chocolate brown of the Walnut. 

This bowl measures 18 cm x 9 cm (7" x 3.5") making it suitable for larger 200g balls of wool and weighs 560 g (1.2 lb)

Hand turned in Melbourne