Among our many handicrafts are these handmade brooms. We often make brooms during shows and events to demonstrate a traditional skill, and we frequently sell our brooms as fast as we make them. They are also available through local galleries and here in our webstore.
Each broom has a character all its own. We hand-pick the handles when we're gathering firewood -- we like the unique and rustic nature of the natural handles we use. We use broomcorn for tying our brooms and save the extra stalk ends to make a beautifully woven handle on each one.
Our whisk brooms are a nice sturdy addition to our broom collection. As with all our brooms, each one is unique. The woven handle and colorful stitching makes them pretty enough to hang on the wall, but sturdy enough for years of use. Great for getting into corners and hard-to-reach spaces.
Introducing! The WEENSIE WHISK!!!! This little whisk broom is great in the car, on your desk , on a workshop table, in the kitchen, practically everywhere. It is a handy little broom and is durably made for years of service.
We don't let anything go to waste in our studios, so we make these handy potscrubbers from the scraps left over from our brooms. Each one is unique and measures 4-5 inches in length. They are great for scrubbing cast iron, teflon, or any of your pots, pans and dishes. We advise that you rinse them well and hang them to dry after use to avoid mildew.
Here's a nice light cooking whisk for those scratch cooks that like to whip up a little something, such as meringue, a souffle or mousse! Just rinse well when done and hang to dry to keep it in good condition.
The fantail whisk is a unique broom that is designed with the craftsperson in mind. The graceful curve of the handle fits the hand nicely and makes it the perfect bench brush. It is also pretty enough to hang on your wall!
We offer two sizes of burnishers for woodworkers. We have 1" x 4" and 1 -1/4" x 5" burnishers (sizes are approximate). All of our burnishers are handmade from broomcorn. We offer them either unwaxed or prewaxed with beeswax (note: beeswax will need to be reapplied for repeated use).