Open Studio at Shirl the She Shed.
Down a side red brick and bark path is my small but mighty wood workshop, Shirl the She Shed.
Drop in, I’ll be at the messy bench making something wooden spoony. I might be axing out a spoon blank from a green wood branch, carving a spoon bowl with a hook knife or putting the last coat of oil on The River Red Gum Project Spoons. There are heaps of special spoon makers tools to see and map drawers full of finished spoons to sift through. “Shirl the Shed” where hand carving turns timber prunings, storm falls, and offcuts, into spoons to cook, serve up and eat your dinner with.