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  • Black Friday - Robin Wood
    will use them what about the stuff that nobody buys Will it last or just fall apart after a few times of use I totally agree that we makers are part of the solution by producing high quality items and by contributing to preserve knowledge about our crafts and intangible cultural heritage Thanks for a great blog post Reply Lorna November 28 2015 at 4 06 pm Thank you for this lovely post Robin I agree with you entirely I bought one of your porringers 5 years ago as the very first Christmas present for the man who is now my husband I wanted something meaningful and enduring and that s what I got We now own 2 of your wooden plates and love them We are hoping to buy a couple more so we can share the experience when friends come to dinner Will you have more available soon Thanks again Reply Robin Wood January 19 2016 at 2 15 pm sorry for slow reply I will have porringers and plates available in the next few weeks Reply Penelope November 29 2015 at 4 36 pm Agreed Steve makers are definitely part of the solution as long as they are good makers creating beautiful timeless things made to last and of quality materials fixable if possible or at least re employable once damaged It s only when you get makers coughEtsycough that craft up loads of novelty stuff with big box cheap supplies that makers become part of the problem Humans will always want stuff we always have But practical beautiful quality things are not easily thrown away and that s the part of the product cycle we have to put our focus on Make stuff no one would ever throw out Big box stuff is designed to be thrown away because they want to sell you a new one next year Reply ET December 3 2015 at 1 24 pm I would consider buying a bowl but everything on your website is sold Reply Cat Brown December 10 2015 at 3 06 pm It is so refreshing to read your post I to have a struggle with the whole Black Friday super consumerism and fear that my work too could well be part of the problem But you and Steve Kubien are totally right We are NOT part of the problem we are most definitely part of the solution and this confirmation allows me to sleep soundly tonight Thank you x Reply Jen December 26 2015 at 8 14 pm I abandoned having a TV 2 years ago and have never looked back I have found more peace in not being bombarded by the negatives so prevalent in the media today and have taken time to focus more on what speaks to me and soothes my soul I very very recently started to experiment with spoon carving and feel such a calm and peace when working on things Feeling that connection to what I am doing is so
    http://www.robin-wood.co.uk/wood-craft-blog/2015/11/27/black-friday/?replytocom=248835 (2016-05-01)


  • Black Friday - Robin Wood
    who will use them what about the stuff that nobody buys Will it last or just fall apart after a few times of use I totally agree that we makers are part of the solution by producing high quality items and by contributing to preserve knowledge about our crafts and intangible cultural heritage Thanks for a great blog post Reply Lorna November 28 2015 at 4 06 pm Thank you for this lovely post Robin I agree with you entirely I bought one of your porringers 5 years ago as the very first Christmas present for the man who is now my husband I wanted something meaningful and enduring and that s what I got We now own 2 of your wooden plates and love them We are hoping to buy a couple more so we can share the experience when friends come to dinner Will you have more available soon Thanks again Reply Robin Wood January 19 2016 at 2 15 pm sorry for slow reply I will have porringers and plates available in the next few weeks Reply Penelope November 29 2015 at 4 36 pm Agreed Steve makers are definitely part of the solution as long as they are good makers creating beautiful timeless things made to last and of quality materials fixable if possible or at least re employable once damaged It s only when you get makers coughEtsycough that craft up loads of novelty stuff with big box cheap supplies that makers become part of the problem Humans will always want stuff we always have But practical beautiful quality things are not easily thrown away and that s the part of the product cycle we have to put our focus on Make stuff no one would ever throw out Big box stuff is designed to be thrown away because they want to sell you a new one next year Reply ET December 3 2015 at 1 24 pm I would consider buying a bowl but everything on your website is sold Reply Cat Brown December 10 2015 at 3 06 pm It is so refreshing to read your post I to have a struggle with the whole Black Friday super consumerism and fear that my work too could well be part of the problem But you and Steve Kubien are totally right We are NOT part of the problem we are most definitely part of the solution and this confirmation allows me to sleep soundly tonight Thank you x Reply Jen December 26 2015 at 8 14 pm I abandoned having a TV 2 years ago and have never looked back I have found more peace in not being bombarded by the negatives so prevalent in the media today and have taken time to focus more on what speaks to me and soothes my soul I very very recently started to experiment with spoon carving and feel such a calm and peace when working on things Feeling that connection to what I am doing is
    http://www.robin-wood.co.uk/wood-craft-blog/2015/11/27/black-friday/?replytocom=248860 (2016-05-01)

  • Black Friday - Robin Wood
    will use them what about the stuff that nobody buys Will it last or just fall apart after a few times of use I totally agree that we makers are part of the solution by producing high quality items and by contributing to preserve knowledge about our crafts and intangible cultural heritage Thanks for a great blog post Reply Lorna November 28 2015 at 4 06 pm Thank you for this lovely post Robin I agree with you entirely I bought one of your porringers 5 years ago as the very first Christmas present for the man who is now my husband I wanted something meaningful and enduring and that s what I got We now own 2 of your wooden plates and love them We are hoping to buy a couple more so we can share the experience when friends come to dinner Will you have more available soon Thanks again Reply Robin Wood January 19 2016 at 2 15 pm sorry for slow reply I will have porringers and plates available in the next few weeks Reply Penelope November 29 2015 at 4 36 pm Agreed Steve makers are definitely part of the solution as long as they are good makers creating beautiful timeless things made to last and of quality materials fixable if possible or at least re employable once damaged It s only when you get makers coughEtsycough that craft up loads of novelty stuff with big box cheap supplies that makers become part of the problem Humans will always want stuff we always have But practical beautiful quality things are not easily thrown away and that s the part of the product cycle we have to put our focus on Make stuff no one would ever throw out Big box stuff is designed to be thrown away because they want to sell you a new one next year Reply ET December 3 2015 at 1 24 pm I would consider buying a bowl but everything on your website is sold Reply Cat Brown December 10 2015 at 3 06 pm It is so refreshing to read your post I to have a struggle with the whole Black Friday super consumerism and fear that my work too could well be part of the problem But you and Steve Kubien are totally right We are NOT part of the problem we are most definitely part of the solution and this confirmation allows me to sleep soundly tonight Thank you x Reply Jen December 26 2015 at 8 14 pm I abandoned having a TV 2 years ago and have never looked back I have found more peace in not being bombarded by the negatives so prevalent in the media today and have taken time to focus more on what speaks to me and soothes my soul I very very recently started to experiment with spoon carving and feel such a calm and peace when working on things Feeling that connection to what I am doing is so
    http://www.robin-wood.co.uk/wood-craft-blog/2015/11/27/black-friday/?replytocom=252929 (2016-05-01)


  • Black Friday - Robin Wood
    who will use them what about the stuff that nobody buys Will it last or just fall apart after a few times of use I totally agree that we makers are part of the solution by producing high quality items and by contributing to preserve knowledge about our crafts and intangible cultural heritage Thanks for a great blog post Reply Lorna November 28 2015 at 4 06 pm Thank you for this lovely post Robin I agree with you entirely I bought one of your porringers 5 years ago as the very first Christmas present for the man who is now my husband I wanted something meaningful and enduring and that s what I got We now own 2 of your wooden plates and love them We are hoping to buy a couple more so we can share the experience when friends come to dinner Will you have more available soon Thanks again Reply Robin Wood January 19 2016 at 2 15 pm sorry for slow reply I will have porringers and plates available in the next few weeks Reply Penelope November 29 2015 at 4 36 pm Agreed Steve makers are definitely part of the solution as long as they are good makers creating beautiful timeless things made to last and of quality materials fixable if possible or at least re employable once damaged It s only when you get makers coughEtsycough that craft up loads of novelty stuff with big box cheap supplies that makers become part of the problem Humans will always want stuff we always have But practical beautiful quality things are not easily thrown away and that s the part of the product cycle we have to put our focus on Make stuff no one would ever throw out Big box stuff is designed to be thrown away because they want to sell you a new one next year Reply ET December 3 2015 at 1 24 pm I would consider buying a bowl but everything on your website is sold Reply Cat Brown December 10 2015 at 3 06 pm It is so refreshing to read your post I to have a struggle with the whole Black Friday super consumerism and fear that my work too could well be part of the problem But you and Steve Kubien are totally right We are NOT part of the problem we are most definitely part of the solution and this confirmation allows me to sleep soundly tonight Thank you x Reply Jen December 26 2015 at 8 14 pm I abandoned having a TV 2 years ago and have never looked back I have found more peace in not being bombarded by the negatives so prevalent in the media today and have taken time to focus more on what speaks to me and soothes my soul I very very recently started to experiment with spoon carving and feel such a calm and peace when working on things Feeling that connection to what I am doing is
    http://www.robin-wood.co.uk/wood-craft-blog/2015/11/27/black-friday/?replytocom=248976 (2016-05-01)

  • Black Friday - Robin Wood
    who will use them what about the stuff that nobody buys Will it last or just fall apart after a few times of use I totally agree that we makers are part of the solution by producing high quality items and by contributing to preserve knowledge about our crafts and intangible cultural heritage Thanks for a great blog post Reply Lorna November 28 2015 at 4 06 pm Thank you for this lovely post Robin I agree with you entirely I bought one of your porringers 5 years ago as the very first Christmas present for the man who is now my husband I wanted something meaningful and enduring and that s what I got We now own 2 of your wooden plates and love them We are hoping to buy a couple more so we can share the experience when friends come to dinner Will you have more available soon Thanks again Reply Robin Wood January 19 2016 at 2 15 pm sorry for slow reply I will have porringers and plates available in the next few weeks Reply Penelope November 29 2015 at 4 36 pm Agreed Steve makers are definitely part of the solution as long as they are good makers creating beautiful timeless things made to last and of quality materials fixable if possible or at least re employable once damaged It s only when you get makers coughEtsycough that craft up loads of novelty stuff with big box cheap supplies that makers become part of the problem Humans will always want stuff we always have But practical beautiful quality things are not easily thrown away and that s the part of the product cycle we have to put our focus on Make stuff no one would ever throw out Big box stuff is designed to be thrown away because they want to sell you a new one next year Reply ET December 3 2015 at 1 24 pm I would consider buying a bowl but everything on your website is sold Reply Cat Brown December 10 2015 at 3 06 pm It is so refreshing to read your post I to have a struggle with the whole Black Friday super consumerism and fear that my work too could well be part of the problem But you and Steve Kubien are totally right We are NOT part of the problem we are most definitely part of the solution and this confirmation allows me to sleep soundly tonight Thank you x Reply Jen December 26 2015 at 8 14 pm I abandoned having a TV 2 years ago and have never looked back I have found more peace in not being bombarded by the negatives so prevalent in the media today and have taken time to focus more on what speaks to me and soothes my soul I very very recently started to experiment with spoon carving and feel such a calm and peace when working on things Feeling that connection to what I am doing is
    http://www.robin-wood.co.uk/wood-craft-blog/2015/11/27/black-friday/?replytocom=249346 (2016-05-01)

  • Black Friday - Robin Wood
    will use them what about the stuff that nobody buys Will it last or just fall apart after a few times of use I totally agree that we makers are part of the solution by producing high quality items and by contributing to preserve knowledge about our crafts and intangible cultural heritage Thanks for a great blog post Reply Lorna November 28 2015 at 4 06 pm Thank you for this lovely post Robin I agree with you entirely I bought one of your porringers 5 years ago as the very first Christmas present for the man who is now my husband I wanted something meaningful and enduring and that s what I got We now own 2 of your wooden plates and love them We are hoping to buy a couple more so we can share the experience when friends come to dinner Will you have more available soon Thanks again Reply Robin Wood January 19 2016 at 2 15 pm sorry for slow reply I will have porringers and plates available in the next few weeks Reply Penelope November 29 2015 at 4 36 pm Agreed Steve makers are definitely part of the solution as long as they are good makers creating beautiful timeless things made to last and of quality materials fixable if possible or at least re employable once damaged It s only when you get makers coughEtsycough that craft up loads of novelty stuff with big box cheap supplies that makers become part of the problem Humans will always want stuff we always have But practical beautiful quality things are not easily thrown away and that s the part of the product cycle we have to put our focus on Make stuff no one would ever throw out Big box stuff is designed to be thrown away because they want to sell you a new one next year Reply ET December 3 2015 at 1 24 pm I would consider buying a bowl but everything on your website is sold Reply Cat Brown December 10 2015 at 3 06 pm It is so refreshing to read your post I to have a struggle with the whole Black Friday super consumerism and fear that my work too could well be part of the problem But you and Steve Kubien are totally right We are NOT part of the problem we are most definitely part of the solution and this confirmation allows me to sleep soundly tonight Thank you x Reply Jen December 26 2015 at 8 14 pm I abandoned having a TV 2 years ago and have never looked back I have found more peace in not being bombarded by the negatives so prevalent in the media today and have taken time to focus more on what speaks to me and soothes my soul I very very recently started to experiment with spoon carving and feel such a calm and peace when working on things Feeling that connection to what I am doing is so
    http://www.robin-wood.co.uk/wood-craft-blog/2015/11/27/black-friday/?replytocom=250627 (2016-05-01)

  • Black Friday - Robin Wood
    who will use them what about the stuff that nobody buys Will it last or just fall apart after a few times of use I totally agree that we makers are part of the solution by producing high quality items and by contributing to preserve knowledge about our crafts and intangible cultural heritage Thanks for a great blog post Reply Lorna November 28 2015 at 4 06 pm Thank you for this lovely post Robin I agree with you entirely I bought one of your porringers 5 years ago as the very first Christmas present for the man who is now my husband I wanted something meaningful and enduring and that s what I got We now own 2 of your wooden plates and love them We are hoping to buy a couple more so we can share the experience when friends come to dinner Will you have more available soon Thanks again Reply Robin Wood January 19 2016 at 2 15 pm sorry for slow reply I will have porringers and plates available in the next few weeks Reply Penelope November 29 2015 at 4 36 pm Agreed Steve makers are definitely part of the solution as long as they are good makers creating beautiful timeless things made to last and of quality materials fixable if possible or at least re employable once damaged It s only when you get makers coughEtsycough that craft up loads of novelty stuff with big box cheap supplies that makers become part of the problem Humans will always want stuff we always have But practical beautiful quality things are not easily thrown away and that s the part of the product cycle we have to put our focus on Make stuff no one would ever throw out Big box stuff is designed to be thrown away because they want to sell you a new one next year Reply ET December 3 2015 at 1 24 pm I would consider buying a bowl but everything on your website is sold Reply Cat Brown December 10 2015 at 3 06 pm It is so refreshing to read your post I to have a struggle with the whole Black Friday super consumerism and fear that my work too could well be part of the problem But you and Steve Kubien are totally right We are NOT part of the problem we are most definitely part of the solution and this confirmation allows me to sleep soundly tonight Thank you x Reply Jen December 26 2015 at 8 14 pm I abandoned having a TV 2 years ago and have never looked back I have found more peace in not being bombarded by the negatives so prevalent in the media today and have taken time to focus more on what speaks to me and soothes my soul I very very recently started to experiment with spoon carving and feel such a calm and peace when working on things Feeling that connection to what I am doing is
    http://www.robin-wood.co.uk/wood-craft-blog/2015/11/27/black-friday/?replytocom=251571 (2016-05-01)

  • Black Friday - Robin Wood
    who will use them what about the stuff that nobody buys Will it last or just fall apart after a few times of use I totally agree that we makers are part of the solution by producing high quality items and by contributing to preserve knowledge about our crafts and intangible cultural heritage Thanks for a great blog post Reply Lorna November 28 2015 at 4 06 pm Thank you for this lovely post Robin I agree with you entirely I bought one of your porringers 5 years ago as the very first Christmas present for the man who is now my husband I wanted something meaningful and enduring and that s what I got We now own 2 of your wooden plates and love them We are hoping to buy a couple more so we can share the experience when friends come to dinner Will you have more available soon Thanks again Reply Robin Wood January 19 2016 at 2 15 pm sorry for slow reply I will have porringers and plates available in the next few weeks Reply Penelope November 29 2015 at 4 36 pm Agreed Steve makers are definitely part of the solution as long as they are good makers creating beautiful timeless things made to last and of quality materials fixable if possible or at least re employable once damaged It s only when you get makers coughEtsycough that craft up loads of novelty stuff with big box cheap supplies that makers become part of the problem Humans will always want stuff we always have But practical beautiful quality things are not easily thrown away and that s the part of the product cycle we have to put our focus on Make stuff no one would ever throw out Big box stuff is designed to be thrown away because they want to sell you a new one next year Reply ET December 3 2015 at 1 24 pm I would consider buying a bowl but everything on your website is sold Reply Cat Brown December 10 2015 at 3 06 pm It is so refreshing to read your post I to have a struggle with the whole Black Friday super consumerism and fear that my work too could well be part of the problem But you and Steve Kubien are totally right We are NOT part of the problem we are most definitely part of the solution and this confirmation allows me to sleep soundly tonight Thank you x Reply Jen December 26 2015 at 8 14 pm I abandoned having a TV 2 years ago and have never looked back I have found more peace in not being bombarded by the negatives so prevalent in the media today and have taken time to focus more on what speaks to me and soothes my soul I very very recently started to experiment with spoon carving and feel such a calm and peace when working on things Feeling that connection to what I am doing is
    http://www.robin-wood.co.uk/wood-craft-blog/2015/11/27/black-friday/?replytocom=251846 (2016-05-01)


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