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What I call "Wood-Quilting" is among my very favorite endeavors! Marrying the feminine beauty of fabric with the rugged texture of wood creates a piece that inspires even as it is being built. The finished piece is one you will relish for both its unique beauty and its versatile functionality!
Frolic’s 3-Way Trays are Wood-burned with beautiful designs on both sides!
One side is then stained, adorned with magnificent fabrics, and varnished to be used for serving crackers, nuts, dips, or desserts.
The flip side, also with its graceful wood-burned design, is treated with protective mineral oil and then used to slice & serve hard cheeses.
The 3rd Use is Obvious ~ either side, simply standing on your counter-top, is joyful art!
Wood-Quilted Serving trays are a joy to use!
Their beautiful, wood-quilted designs will enchant you and your guests as you bring food out from the kitchen to the patio or fireside!
Their understated design & hardware make them a breeze to clean and brings the artistic qualities of the piece to the forefront.
At this time Serving Trays are available only at shows.
These wood-quilted ornaments, created on cuts from birch branches, have a rustic charm that will warm your heart on those chilly December nights!
At this time Wood-Quilted Ornaments are available only seasonally at shows.
First, I prepare the wood.
I cut each piece to the size I want, sand the surface, and shape the sides and edges.
Next, I draw each original design onto
a piece of wood that I have already
cut, sanded and prepared.
Next, I burn the intricate design
into the wood, often using a
variety of tips and henna-nspired
When the wood-burning is done, I stain the board with one or more colors of wood stain.
After several coats of stain have been
applied the real fun begins - it's time
to choose, cut, and fuse the fabric for
each part of the tray!
Once all fabric has been
attached the wood gets many
coats of varnish and any
Finally, it is ready for
For More on the Wood-Quilting Process
Check my Blog Posts About Them: