Monthly Archives: November 2013

Assembled but Still a Ways to Go!

Assembling projects is always a stressful time and I believe most woodworkers tend to agree with me about that.  Think about it; all of your work and effort up to this point can be ruined with one bad assembly error! … Continue reading

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Walnut + Finger-Joints + Etsy = Custom Work

Just as I sent the latest project off to Oregon (antique victorian bookstore bell mount)  I received notification from Etsy that there was a request for a custom item.  For those of you that may not be familiar with Etsy, … Continue reading

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From Sketch-Up to Reality

Here’s what the final project looks like before my client applies the finish to it.  It’s always a fulfilling moment when you complete your work and it actually looks like it was envisioned either in your mind, on paper, or … Continue reading

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