2: Birch bark
3: Dried grass
5: Tin of Maya dust
6: Horseshoe fungus
7: Old mans beard
8: Old mans belly button fluff
9: greater reedmace sead
10: honeysuckle bark
11: twigs that are pencil lead thick
12: rose bay willow herb down (the best)
13: thisel down...
Sorry didn't see this earlier I was the leader on said workshop. The name you have for the needles looks correct I know them as Norwegian needle however a bough them in France!!!
they can be made from a green ash stick ab out 1inch in diameter and ten inches long. Cut in the channels and...
I've spun before its hard work but can produce some really good results. Never done it on a metal lathe as you'll have to make a special tool post as well as your tools and i have somewhere in the back of my head that there is a problem with torque/speed on metal lathes rather than spinning...
I've been through loads of bags massive heavy ones, tiny small one, ultra light ones and on and on. Nowadays i have to carry leader kit as well as my own kit so I really have to get my personal kit as light as possible that includes the bag. I would add to what John said earlier.
Make sure it...
just bought my self a new set of montane sallys and they're nice :) been looking for some for a while but second hand they have been very difficult/impossible to find. good luck with your quest i hope you find what you need
please be very careful making these in school/college you could find yourself and your teacher in a lot of trouble, potentially you both wont be there for long if you get caught with these in your bag !!!! My advice would be to work on these at home not in a place of education. Sorry to be a...