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Yellow Dog Farm

Jim Holzschuh

The wood I use is collected from various sources. Much of the wood used is collected from “downed” trees here in Vermont. The piece of wood often dictates the ultimate shape. Inclusions in the wood call for necessary responses in my turning. Some shapes are reminiscent of pottery shapes that I like. I like the pots of the southwest, especially the seed pot design. I have researched wood turned products that can connect with our fiber production from our Angora goats. I now produce drop spindles, wrist distaffs, yarn bowls, nostepindes, shawl pins and more to complement this production.

89 East Shore Road
South Hero, VT 05486

(802) 734-7448