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notes from a small island

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Implement

At a celebration of farming in a country church - a hay rake -

Andreas 9a


And a plough;

July 7th

And much smaller, more domestic implements - these are my pastry/cookie cutters!

3rd March

Comments

Your pastry cutters look so happy and joyful.

I love old farm implements. They carry stories along with each hand that had used them over the years.

- Erulisse (one L)
I do love the cutters - they cheer me up when I use them.

And I absolutely agree about old farm implements, I have a real soft spot for them.
I've used one of those hay rakes. Fond memories of getting dusty and thoroughly, physically, exhausted in the summer sun. Thanks.
My pleasure - and yes, hard, hard, work!
Great choices! Your pastry/cookie cutters are intriguing; these kind with various sizes but all round is not very familiar hereabouts, but instead your classic response to "cookie cutter" would be something like these. Where thre are three different sizes, they're meant specially for a kind where three layers are glued together with jam.
I have a lot of ones like those as well - but the circular ones are the ones everyone has as basics here, used for biscuits and pastry.

My set of 6 different sizes is a bit unusual - a set of three is the norm - sometimes double sided like mine (plain side uppermost in the picture, fluted on the other side), or just fluted. A set of 3 will usually cost under £1.00.