Hi! I have a question about the word "handmade" in this sentence:
From March to November, the owners of Vernon Cottage in Shanklin have handmade enough scones to stretch across the Isle of Wight from north to south - and are now well on their way to completing the crossing from east to west as well. (https://www.countypress.co.uk/...e-isle-of-wight-day/)
I was wondering how the "handmade" woks in the sentence. I can think of three possibilities:
(1) It is an adjective pre-modifying the noun "scones."
(2) It is a past participle following the auxiliary "have." In that case, it implies there is a verb "handmake."
(3) It is an adjective that is supposed to follow the noun "scones" but it is placed there for some (stylistic) purpose, just like "He had A ready" and "He had ready A, B, C, and D."
I would very much appreciate your comment!