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All these items have got 50% off the listed price on our store, giving you the chance to buy something useful, totally unique and hand crafted from natural materials that will return to the earth when you’re finished with it instead of becoming part of a giant floating island made of plastic crap: http://miscellaneousadventures.tictail.com/products/sale
The new Miscellaneous Adventures Navigator Pouch! Hand made from British waxed cotton, this pouch is the ideal receptacle for all your wilderness travel essentials.
Did you know that all our wooden items are made entirely by hand from trees felled with axes and hard work, and that many of the objects may possess magical properties, and that they make excellent Christmas gifts for people who appreciate the great outdoors and things that look nice? Did you also know we have 15% off everything plus free UK delivery until tomorrow?
This is my kuksa. That I made for myself. That I take on adventures with me.
New Slingshot! Got a bit carried away with the pyrography iron on this one but I like how it turned out.
More new items: Ancient Arrow Spoon, Diamond Tip Spoon and the Birch Bark Spoon. All available for your next outdoor adventure here.
Thanks to those that came to the Huck x O’Neill Working Artisans Club show last night. It’s on all week at 71a Gallery if you couldn’t make the private view.
The Working Artisans’ Club: Miscellaneous Adventures (by huckmagazine)
One of the many new products and things to look at on our new website.
Miscellaneous Adventures has a brand new website, new products, new workshop dates and new other things! Go for a small web adventure here: http://www.miscellaneousadventures.co.uk
A few new bits and pieces. If you want to learn how to make things like this in the woods you should probably come along to my next workshop.
The first Miscellaneous Adventures Woodland Woodcarving Workshop took place on Saturday and was a great success. Thanks to a crackling fire and Poler Stuff Magic Tarpits, we were kept warm and dry amongst the bluebells and able to work away despite the occasional downpour.
Thank you to everyone who attended, you did an amazing job and I hope you learnt some useful carving and camp craft skills.
Dates for future workshops available now!