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#12 - Bregje Verhoef @ Studio Spintol on the process & pricing in woodworking

by Saskia de Feijter on February 25, 2021
In my podcast A Smaller Life, I talk to makers and business owners in my industry (and sometimes beyond) about making conscious choices and growing your brand by actually going smaller.
 

In this episode, you’ll hear from Bregje @studiospintol, Bregje is a woodworker that started making spindles before she could spin. I know right?! Thing is, she's kicking serious woodworking ass and she's doing it right in her friggin living room. Seriously!! How committed do you have to be to be ok with wood chips in the fringe of your lampshades? We talk about the process of making the Ja, Wol solid wood sock blockers and about our decision to up the price. It's a very insightful and honest talk. I'd check it out if I were you! 

This is where you’ll find Bregje 
Website www.spintol.nl 
Instagram @studiospintol 


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