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Monday, September 9, 2019

Needlework and Wood Working Update - September, 2019

Good morning,

Welcome to our September, 2019, Needlework and Wood Working Update.  Once each month I publish pictures of the items Kjell and I have completed during the previous month in his Wood Working Workshop and my Needlework Studio.  Some of the items are custom orders;  others are available now in our on-line Etsy Shop, EvensensProductions.com

Kjell's detailed engravings have kept him very busy all month.  It takes many days to design and make each of these items, then finish the wood to a beautiful shine.  Above is a wedding gift that has been delivered.  We will soon have another in the shop available for purchase with your personalized message.
This engraved wood stand has also been delivered.  The stand is sold separately to display wood or other art on a mantle, desk, shelf, or table if you elect not to hang it on a wall.
This Native American and his beautiful horse artwork engraved in padauk and walnut woods is entitled Freedom.  It is mounted on its own display base.  This item is available for purchase, $168.  Click the link for more images and information.
This hand knit sweater was a custom order that has been delivered along with a matching...
...boot cuffs...
...and head band.
This is also a reserved custom Cables and Lace hand knit order that is sold.
A headband...
...and boot cuffs are also a part of this order.

There are so many other wood and needlework items in the shop ready to ship now. We invite you to come and take a look:  EvensensProductions.com

We hope you'll consider our hand crafted in the USA items when you are shopping for gifts and for yourself.  We sincerely appreciate your encouragement, likes, favorites, comments, and purchases!  We are truly enjoying our retirement careers designing and crafting so many exciting projects!

To our fellow crafters out there who are so very talented: we love seeing what you are making, baking, and growing!  We follow and enjoy many of your blogs and Facebook pages.

A special thank you to those who send messages and emails that are not for publication, most recently from "B."  We want you to know we appreciate your kind words.  If there had been a return address on your comment, B, I would have answered privately.

All the very best,

Come see what else we've made!
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