New birthday present to show off!
Won’t spend a lot of time here today, but here’s a sampling of this year’s Christmas presents that I’ve made: Outtakes The secret to doing decent woodworking is to learn how to correct your mistakes. In the process of making some of these gifts, I made some doozies! I thought … Continue reading
I attended a special woodturning workshop showing various methods for turning goblets. The workshop was hosted by the Chapel Hill Woodturner’s Club, and taught three different methods for creating one, two, and three piece goblets. The different approaches are useful when: A single piece of wood is attractive as a … Continue reading
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I received a question about how the back of Kate’s Chair was constructed. I decided that I’d post the ‘secret’ method that I used I used a single piece of wood to make both rails and selected the section to maximize the grain continuity between the two sides. You can … Continue reading