“I started turning wood as a hobby about 30 years ago. I didn’t think it would go as far as it did when I started,” says Bill, the craftsman of the noodle cutter. Marking each one by hand, he uses a small electric lathe to individually turn each piece he makes. His wife, Gladys, also helps him in their Maryland shop with finishing, packing and shipping. “I couldn’t do it without her, that’s for sure.”Click here to read more of their story.