Our History

Eric Munshaw has enjoyed turning wood in the Chilliwack River Valley for over 25 years.

He began working with wood in 1974 and bought his first lathe shortly after moving into the valley in 1983. He uses woods with unique grains and markings salvaged from private land and exchanges finished bowls for the wood he is given. His wife, Edna Hobbs, began selling Eric’s bowls at local craft fairs and has now established a small business named EntWood Turnings. Bowls are sold at craft fairs and stores in the Lower Mainland.