Easy crafts: Making cricket bats in a bowl of water is an old-fashioned task that is usually undertaken by an amateur.
But the latest craft craze is a new, high-tech way of doing it.
A Mumbai-based online shop called Cricket Crafts is offering a range of bat moulds and other moulds for sale for less than $30.
The shop, which was founded by a team of makers, also offers cricket bats, bowls, and other cricket paraphernalia.
The aim is to create affordable products that are made using common industrial processes.
The bats and bowls are made by hand, using a rotary cutter, an electric hand mill, and a rotisserie.
The moulds are also made in a small number of shops, including a shop in Pune and a shop at the Shivaji Stadium.
The shop sells the moulds online for less, but its website says that the process is relatively straightforward.
“The moulds, including the bat mould, can be made by a rotar cutter and rotisseries with a hand mill,” the website says.
“Once the mould is ready, you need to buy the necessary tools for the task and start making the mould.
The final product should be ready in about three to four days.
We will have to send out samples to you.”
The shop also sells a range for sale at online retailers such as Amazon India and Etsy India.
Its aim is not to compete with brick-and-mortar shops, but to help the small number who still use manual labour.
“The biggest challenge with traditional methods is that they do not have the same level of skill as our machines,” said the shop’s founder, Anjum Parekh.
“We want to change that.
We have developed the machine to be able to make all the items we want and make them in a fraction of the time it takes for the machines.”
Parekh said that the bats and other items he sells are mostly made by amateur makers and small businesses in Maharashtra and Karnataka.
They are usually made from scratch, with some small alterations to improve their quality.
“This is what we want to make for our customers,” he said.
Parek said that one of the biggest challenges with traditional processes is that the methods they use do not provide the same quality of product.
“There are some people who are making cricket bats for the top teams, but they cannot make them to the standard they want,” he added.
Parek also said that his business is not competing with brick and mortar shops, since most of the customers of the shop come from other parts of the country.
“We want our customers to know that we are not a traditional shop and that we have tried to create a better product,” he explained.
“It’s also important to note that our products are made from common industrial techniques, so we are making them in India.
We are making all the cricket bats and some bowls in India.”