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  • How To Play Pegs & Jokers

    Object of the GameEach player begins the game with 5 pegs of unique color. The object of the game is to move all 5 pegs clockwise around the board,...
  • How To Play Aggravation

    Object of the AggravationTo move all 4 of your marbles from the BASE position around the board (making a full circle around the board, or a partial...
  • How To Play Shut The Box

    SHUT THE BOX Objective Be the first player to “shut your box” (i.e. every tile on your side of the box is face down). Setup Each player selects a...
  • Upcoming Shows - Shop With Us In Person!

    We know sometimes you have to see it, touch it, and hold it in your hands before you buy it, so we've added a few craft and artisan fairs to our bu...
  • Cutting & Charcuterie Board Maintenance

    What To Do & What Not To Do (simple advice to keep your boards clean and healthy)Do List Do wash your board by hand. Do use soap and warm water...
  • Visit Us At the Great New England Spring Show!

    Despite a layer of snow on the ground and a desperately cold wind chill, Special K and I have spring on our minds as we prepare for the Great New...
  • All About Returns

    All About Returns & RepairsReturns are a rare event in our shop, but they do happen on occasion. Sometimes a pen just doesn’t suit your writing...
  • The Chopping Block

    One of the most common reactions we hear from people when they see our cutting boards is "they're too pretty to use!" It's certainly flattering and...
  • It's Fall About Cutting Boards

    While the cutting board has been a food prep staple since the invention of kitchen hygiene, there’s no reason your staple can’t be a stunner. Give us a chance – we’ll make your kitchen countertop a happy place.
  • Nerves of Steel, Part I

    Far be it from me to suggest our workshop is a doubt-free workplace, especially with Seamus (another post for another time) lurking about, planning...
  • Birdseye Maple Box Lantern, Part II

    You know how it is when you think about making something and you've thought about 1.1 million possibilities? How you can take at least half of thos...
  • Birdseye Maple Box Lantern, Part I

    For our first Box Lantern (view here), Kevin chose a beautiful selection of Red Oak to build the lantern's box and we were blown away by the way t...