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Cynthia Ellis (WOODbyC)
Post Office Box 972
Dover, NH 03821
“ I purchased one [seam ripper] and it's still my favorite. It's beautiful, was sharp when I received it and it's still sharp. I wouldn't hesitate to purchase another. Because it's my favorite, I take very good care of it and have never misplaced it.”
“ Yours were my favorites of all my hair sticks; I've since cut my hair very short, so they have gone to my daughter. She loves them as well, especially since they are among the few that actually work with her hair which extends to mid-
“ My wife loved her tools. She's a quilter, and she keeps them right at her sewing machine all the time.”
“ As with the other pieces I have bought from you, it is absolutely unique and beautiful. It was a letter opener and I'm truly amazed at how good it actually works. It's not just a beautiful piece of art but functional. “
“ OMG I LOVE YOUR HAIRSTICKS!!!!!!”
“ I just adore the look and feel of my WoodbyC crochet hooks -
“ ...actually bought several of the dip pens... the first because it was so pretty, after that it was because of the way they felt in my hands. very comfortable... and still very pretty. “
Greetings WOODbyC Enthusiasts!
Exotic calligraphy pens and fine writing tools and accessories. Perfect gifts for authors and artists. Kitchen goodies. Beautiful and functional hair pins. Fun stuff for both women and men!
Tools for quilting, sewing, and the needlecraft arts.
Original designs, handcrafted to last. Seam rippers,
stilettos, laying tools, rug hooks, scissors cases,
crochet and rug hooks, magnetic pin cups, shawl pins, collectible thimbles and more.
New Hampshire artisan, Cynthia Ellis – juried member of the League of NH Craftsmen – has been turning colorful wood into useful, beautiful works of craft for over 30 years, exhibiting her creativity at fine art and craft shows across the country, with unique pieces made to the highest quality standards. Working freehand at the lathe, as the spirit moves, each piece is truly one-
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Wood Turnings by Cynthia
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My Next Appearance:
Visit a beautiful, restful garden in southern NH this July and, coincidentally, discover some wondrous offerings from fiber artists!
I’ll be there (at least on Saturday) with my wooden goodies, also enjoying the peace and harmony of this lovely place.
Hoping for clear skies and warm breezes… July 15 & 16 at Bedrock Gardens. Click link.