Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Hand-Made Soba-Making Tool

(posted; Soba Noodle page)


      (I've already posted about his plates, you can see them from here)

appreciate it if you enlarge the picture



messy working corner, he doesn't want me to tamper with his things there

12 comments:

Eva Ason said...

Dear Miyako,

What an interesting post, and nice to see some craftwork. He is good at making those, it shows.
Have a lovely day my friend!

Big hugs
Eva

Tooki said...

It is very well-made as are the square and rectangle soba plates! Is this his profession? A master craftsman!

Shelly said...

Your husband is very talented in working with wood, my dear friend! I think it's funny men don't want us to straighten up or neaten their workshop areas. My husband is the same!

Have a wonderful day~

maddyrose said...

Your hubby is a very talented wood worker and craftsman and most craftspeople make messes when creating. Does he clean up his own mess when he's done? Have a wonderful day. Hugs

romance-of-roses said...

Wow, this is fabulous. You have a very talented husband. I just love handmade things, he did a beautiful job. Hugs...Lu

Ellie said...

What a clever man your husband is. He has made a beautiful job of this.

Belle said...

Your husband is so talented! Good for him for making things instead of buying them. Have a lovely day, Miyako. :)

Tamago said...

Wow, that is a beautiful dustpan!! I've never thought about hand making it. Your husband is very talented and creative!!

Fun With This and That said...

Hi I have been gone for a while. Your husband does very nice job so neat.Hope to get back to blogging. Laura

Fun With This and That said...

Hi I have been gone for a while. Your husband does very nice job so neat.Hope to get back to blogging. Laura

Teresa - in the Middle Side of Life said...

what great pictures of your hubby and him working. beautiful job.

Sunshineshelle said...

Wow, amazing post and such a talent to create implements for his craft - wonderful & interesting work area!