Handmade in Bothell WA

Bothell, Washington
| 509 Sales | 5 out of 5 stars 5 out of 5 stars

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About OneHomeCrafts

Sales 509
On Etsy since 2018

A husband/wife team in Bothell Washington that make handcrafted wooden, glass, and fabric pieces.

Shop members

  • Ron

    Wood Turner / Owner

    Ron creates most of the wooden items in the shop on his lathe.

  • Laura

    Artist / Owner

    Laura creates all of the non-wood items, but turns a few items as well.

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Last updated on May 11, 2022
Frequently asked questions
Is my wooden item food safe?

This question has become more complicated recently. We use finishing products that we also use in our own home, but the manufacturers of the wood finishes are no longer saying 'food safe' because of legal issues. Generally, finishes are inert once they've cured, but manufacturers are concerned that they won't what or how long things will be stored in the wooden bowls/items, so they will not guarantee 'food safe'. Just as an example, the varnish we use for many of our glossy finish bowls was renamed recently from 'Salad Bowl Finish' to 'Wood Bowl Finish' to reflect this shift in the industry. We do use our own bowls in our home and feel that they are safe for our family.

Is my fused glass item food safe?

Glass chemistry is complicated, and sometimes glass manufacturers use metals to achieve the gorgeous colors you see. Glass manufactures have their glass tested to make sure that these metals don't leach out into foods. Once you melt the glass in your kiln however, their guarantees no longer apply.

I follow best practices by capping colored glass, mica, and enamels with clear or clear powder, but we do not have each piece of glass tested.

The iridescent and luminescent coating that give a rainbow shimmer to glass is non-toxic. All the enamels I use are non-toxic.

We use my glass items in our own home for food, but legally we cannot say they are food safe without having them individually tested.