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Toby Fulwiler

Turned Wooden Bowls and Other Items

Toby Fulwiler of Fairfield Farm Bowls, turns bowls of various sizes and shapes from local hardwoods, including sugar and red maple, white ash, black cherry, and apple. He specializes in classic and natural-edge bowls turned for both everyday use and aesthetic appeal. Most bowls are turned green from freshly harvested wood in a variety of shapes and sizes, and can be used for salads, fruit, spices, or display. Each bowl is hand-crafted, one-of-a-kind, signed by the maker, and sealed with a food-safe beeswax. 

Toby lives on a 90-acre farm in Fairfield, Vermont, with his wife Laura and golden retriever, Max. He works in a woodshop located in a restored horse barn near his house on a Oneway lathe turning hardwood products from local hardwoods found in his woods or supplied by neighbors and local loggers.  

In addition to bowls, Toby makes one-piece, finely finished toaster and tea tongs from apple, cherry, and maple. Most recently, he has begun making highly polished, aesthetically pleasing but fully functional hardwood knives and spreaders to use with butter, peanut butter, and jelly as well as cutting cheeses of all sorts.

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