Monday, October 4, 2010

My brother - the craftsman

My lovely brother has done something he thought he'd never do. He's gone on the webs!

In fact, he has his very own, very grown up website. The things this wonderful man can do with wood have to be seen to be believed.

Here he is - go increase his traffic people!

Oh, and check out the dragon chair here.

Happy carving xxxx

14 comments:

trash said...

Crumbs Missus Moog! Seems you are not the only one with skilled and talented hands. That is some very special work your brother does.

wonderwoman said...

am gonna go over right now and have a look!!

xx

Jan said...

My Brother is very clever with wood too!!,so am popping over for a look ..love Jan xx

Thimbleanna said...

Holy Cow Mrs. Moog! Your brother has some gorgeous pieces of furniture! That dragon is beautiful!

Jane said...

Wow the furniture and carving looks beautiful, my dad is the wood worker in our family and i was the carver!

quiltygal said...

Hey will be in the Portsmouth area next mon & tues available during the day ive messaged Trash shes going to try would be lovely to meet you xxx

Gina said...

Very talented!

Leanne said...

What a talented family. I am pleased Lucas likes playing with wood he has just restored a wooden box that was my fathers and I love it.

quinn said...

I love wood! I love working with wood! Going to check out your brother's site Right Now!

quinn said...

Oh my word. I think there is a possibility that I love your brother.

Twiggy said...

OOo what a fab chair, your bruv is very clever
Twiggy x

Locket Pocket said...

Oh what a clever brother!!! Good job you're so talented too! Locket xxx

Julie said...

Wow! Wonderful wood and the dragon is beautiful. Your brother is so talented. It must run in the family! I hope the new website brings your brother lots of work and success.

Charlie P said...

Ooooooh, very nice indeed! What a talented family.
I'm very glad to have found another nutter who loves Autumn too. Sometimes it's a relief and a pleasure to put the sunburt wobbly bits away and practically mummify yourself in a scarf. Good old Autumn, your photos have put me in a nice autumnal mood :-)