Monthly Archives: August 2016

Roundhouses

A reciprocal frame roundhouse is a beautiful structure, here is a film made by one of our course participants of my husband Nigel Lishman’s course run this year in July. As you can see the frame is actually quite simple, […]

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Sculpting a Cob Greenhouse

  Cob is a wonderful material, usually made from clay subsoil, or sometimes with added clay slip if needed. It has been used for around 6,000 years as a building material, and it is estimated about one-third of the world’s […]

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Gorgeous Goslings!

Another bird related post – this time our gorgeous goslings. Geese have a bad reputation, but thats only if you don’t cuddle them from an early age! Ours have been cuddled and socialised, they aren’t a really big breed and they […]

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An owlish week

This week I hit the ground running, returning from our holiday volunteering in France to an unusually busy week of weaving. I have been teaching people at a family event how to weave leaves, which I then bound into a family […]

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