This 5.5" W x 3.5" H, hickory yarn bowl is perfect for holding a ball of yarn for knitting or crochet. It also has three different holes for your needles. This is a solid bowl with a slight turn to the lip to hold your yarn ball in place. It has a beautiful wood grain, knots and burls that adds to the character of this soon-to-be heirloom.
The curly Q hold yarn in place and has carefully been hand-sanded to prevent yarn from snagging on the wood.
Even if you aren't a knitter or into crochet, it definitely would make a great conversation piece and a gorgeous work of art.
Each of our vessels are hand-turned solid wood by artist and craftsman, Ronald Leach. The wood used to create each piece is carefully selected from trees felled by storms or other natural occurences.
Ron's work has an element of "wabi sabi" - the Japanese art of finding beauty in imperfection. Each piece highlight the knots, burls, cracks, worm holes and crevices in the wood. It reminds us that we are all but transient beings on this planet and that our bodies, as well as the world around us, are in the process of returning to the dust from which we came. Celebrating the rustic beauty of imperfection makes the march of time more enjoyable.