Who’s Whittling His Way Through Lockdown?

Malcolm Rudge, Marmot Product Manager, Europe, that’s who. Product guy by day, whittler at night!  Well, we’re probably over-egging it there, but Spring was seriously impressed when he whipped this little number out.  Over email of course.  Made from Curly Birch, this “unfinished” coffee scoop is the result of a chilly lockdown weekend at home.  If the result is this good we thought we might just have a go ourselves, but turns out he’s got special tools and has dabbled in it before. Hey Malcolm we could do with a spoon with a stag’s head for Spring’s tea caddy.  Ever done a stag?  Malcolm?  Malcolm!


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