DetailsThese amazing hand crafted wooden yarn bowls are made entirely by one of two young amish boys who are practicing their skills while they learn to handcraft furniture! The boys are brothers, Adam (the youngest in the family) and Daniel (the second youngest) from Illinois, and they are true craftsmen having made each of these entirely by hand with no electricity. We are enamored by their story and flabbergasted by the quality of their work at young ages. Each bowl is made from 3-4 types of wood, is signed by its creator, and each is slightly different than the next. Wood types include walnut, maple, birch, and oak.
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