In these trying times it is important to appreciate the joys in life, which is why I am continuing to make sticks. Although I will still be making sticks, government restrictions may not allow me to consistently distribute them. So, if you order, I ask that you only do so if you are content waiting as the COVID-19 situation continues to unwind.
I always strive to get my sticks out as soon as possible, however the restrictions on non-essential businesses are changing every day. I respect these restrictions. If you purchase a stick, please know that I will still put the love and care into making if for you. Since I am investing my time in completing your order, I cannot accept returns or offer refunds, if shipping errors or delays occur.
My commitment has, and always will be, making quality sticks as efficiently and timely as possible. If government restrictions impede my ability to ship, please know, my first priority upon returning to normalcy, will be to send your stick and bring joy to you and your family. I appreciate you being a participating partner as we all move forward as a community.
The TWIG is made by Justin Skaggs, Skaggs Woodworks, who is a non-indigenous stick-maker in Philadelphia, PA. It is made in the likeness of sticks made throughout history. All Skaggs Woodworks' sticks are made from Hickory trees cut in Northern Pennsylvania. Each stick is handcrafted over the course of many months.
The TWIG is something that came from my imagination. I planned a trip to India and I wanted to bring a stick with me. The 32-inch design was made to fit both hands comfortably without sacrificing the full stick feel. The other main point of focus was the head width. I always feel that if a stick cannot hold a full sized ball, then it is not worth having. This is why I made a 4-inch wide opening and modeled the frame after a box stick.
The TWIG is not bent using the same methods as a full-sized stick. I employ methods used in the construction of wooden boats to bend the smaller pieces, which allows me to be more resourceful and less wasteful when consuming raw wood.
Do not leave it on your wall to collect dust next to your tee-ball trophies, this is meant to be used! These are strung with gut wall, leathers, and bootlace. I wanted this to feel as authentic as possible. There is a handling time of at least one week for this product. We try to get them out sooner if possible.
Since this is a handmade item, it requires a few days of processing time. If timing is crucial, I am always happy to work with you.
Expedited shipping options are available.
Engravings will add additional time. Likely 48 to 72 hours.
The Post Office (flat rate shipping) moves its packages over the weekend and UPS does not. Keep this in mind as you select your shipping option. USPS states that their shipping will take 2 to 3 days but it may come a day sooner or later. Please keep your eye on the tracking information sent to you.
If you have any questions please call me, Justin Skaggs, at (717)586-7378 or email me at email@example.com.
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