Tuesday, 21 April 2015

Making hazel pegs

After building in the morning, I spent yesterday afternoon sitting out in the sun making hazel clothes pegs. It was another beautiful day. I have decided to make a bundle of pegs to sell on the pedlars tray.
Today's going to be much the same, build in the morning, walk the dogs then make pegs in the afternoon. I am hoping something will arrive in the post today which will enable me to photograph the next notecards too. Busy, busy, busy :)


northsider dave said...

Love the pegs BG. It's great to see rustic and traditional crafts still being made and in use.

Anne Wilson said...

We used to call them dolly pegs when I was a kid, I found some for sale a few weeks ago in a local shop and could not resist buying them, they last far longer than the plastic rubbish which is sold, but I rather bought them for craft use, not too sure what I will do with them, but maybe for pegging up my herbs for drying.

Bedford Gypsy said...

Anne, I have been using mine for washing and they have been really good, even in the wind. I think they look much nicer than plastic ones. It's a good idea to use them for herb drying, infact I bet they look lovely