Saturday, 7 July 2012

A ? of Spoons



Just emptied out my satchel of roughed-out spoons etc to look for something to work on during the rainy afternoon and was quite shocked to see how many have managed to accumulate there.  I often manage to do a couple on courses whilst the novice turners are struggling to come to terms with the skew chisel.  Better sharpen the knives and get cracking.
Anyone suggest a good collective noun for wooden spoons?

6 comments:

Brian said...

A pickle of spoons would work for me :)

johnthekindling said...

Its got to be a SLURP of spoons !

Gorges Smythe said...

Maybe a "supping" of spoons.

Le Loup said...

A flurry of spoons.
Keith.
http://woodsrunnersdiary.blogspot.com.au/

camper trailer tent said...

Well that's a lot of them! It is hard to choose one of them. But I notice that all of them is wooden. Nice page.

literaryworkshop said...

'Round here, we would call that a drawer-full.