DizzyRabbitWorks

The Dizzy Rabbit Workshop

Vancouver, Washington · 66 Sales

DizzyRabbitWorks

The Dizzy Rabbit Workshop

Vancouver, Washington 66 Sales On Etsy since 2012

0 out of 5 stars
(25)

Announcement   Welcome! The Dizzy Rabbit Workshop is a whimsical wonderland dedicated to the creation of functional art. These items are as much a pleasure to see and hold as they are to use, and my greatest hope is that you will enjoy them as much as I do.

Announcement

Welcome! The Dizzy Rabbit Workshop is a whimsical wonderland dedicated to the creation of functional art. These items are as much a pleasure to see and hold as they are to use, and my greatest hope is that you will enjoy them as much as I do.

Christina Almsted

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Christina Almsted

Reviews

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Carolyn van Aalst

Carolyn van Aalst on Feb 19, 2014

5 out of 5 stars

Made a scarf for my Mom's caregiver (Maria) and this looks so pretty with the scarf. Maria loved it.

Megi Burcl

Megi Burcl on Jan 8, 2014

1 out of 5 stars

Wound a 50 gram skein and was so happy! Went back a few days later, set up to wind, and a chip came off of the base. Seller's solution was for me to pay to ship the base pieces back and they would "see what they could do" and either repair or replace it. It's brand new. I used it once before it broke in use. Saying it's the "nature of wood" to sometimes break (after 1 use ?!?) is crazy, as is having me pay to ship something they may just glue. I paid for a high quality, working product. I'd be fine with them replacing my base, but I shouldn't have to pay more for a product that broke immediately!

Ramona Ortiz

Ramona Ortiz on Nov 28, 2013

5 out of 5 stars

Absolutely gorgeous. This picture did not do this justice. Thank you for you great art!!

Ramona Ortiz

Ramona Ortiz on Nov 28, 2013

5 out of 5 stars

Love the way they make their hair forks great workmanship

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About

Two Lovely Ladies and a Rabbit Making Useful Art

Dizzy Rabbit Workshop was born in December of 2012 when the build up of "the stash" of wood became so great that the two woodworking gals were afraid they would never be able to use it all.

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Shop members

  • Christina Almsted

    Owner, Maker, Designer, Wood-turner Extraordinaire

    Artist and woodworker Christina is responsible for all the turned items at Dizzy Rabbit Workshop, as well as any engraved artwork. She spins, weaves, beads, draws and knits in addition to her wood working.

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