Marked up and ready to begin…
An arty shot showing a walnut flute with thread wrapping, just after being waxed.
Hi all! As promised, I’m beginning the Flute 365 project today – 365 daily photos showing my flute making journey. Today’s photo shows a detail of the ramp, flue and True Sound Hole of a new flute under production – it’s made of Western Red Cedar, or in Lakota, Hante. It’s a sacred wood to […]
So for the last year or so, Stonelaughter Flutes has been a bit quiet on the old publicity front; but I’ve sold a few flutes and I’ve been keeping the site up to date where I can. In the background, I’ve been learning an awful lot, and tooling up for a new generation of flutes […]
Hi all! Just a quick note to let you know about the next event in the Stonelaughter Flutes calendar! We’re off to the Health and Healing Festival at the Centenary Pavilion, Leeds United FC, Elland Road, Leeds. There will be therapists, readers, stalls with all sorts of interesting information and things to buy, and performers […]
Finally, I have got into gear, and have begun work on 2012’s first flute. This flute is being made with some design changes suggested by a new, but very dear friend of mine called Waonze… and it’s also being made from a Japanese Acer tree (a pale softwood which is similar in appearance to pine) […]