Bench stop!I have an “out door” work bench out by my garage. it stays covered with a tarp most of the time. I’ve been working against a wooden peg that frequently slips. So Yesterday I took an old RR spike I had lying arou...
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Location: Sharon Hill, PA
I have been a "professional" wood worker since 1982. still haven't learned everything there is to learn about making things, love making things.
furniture, any style
my own tools,
my own boat (two, would like to make another),
harps, mandolins, lutes, banjo's, dulcymers and strummers
I also have a forge for making modifying or repairing my tools.
I am working up to brass casting again.
I used to have a motorcycle
I keep bees (if you want a money making hobbie try it)
I fight in Medeval combat armor (SCA)
and generally have too many hobbies.
we ( Dr Wife and 3 yr old son) have moved into a new house so projects should be coming right allong soon (we need chairs and a dining room set, more bookcases, probably built ins, a bed, another bed, repairs to said house maybe a new garage)
-- Kai SaerPren
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“Industrial Work” For decades i worked in medium to large shops making all of the cabinetwork installations for various large institutional concerns, including; schools, hospitals and prisons. this is a nurses station. this i...
I will confess a fascination with spinning wheels and looms and all related things. partially because they look so complicated, partially because they have so much variation. it seems like (with the pre-massed produced ones), every single one is s...
hi all ; new tool! The Idea for this I have thanks to St Thomas’ Guild (http://thomasguild.blogspot.nl/) I got this idea from their blog a long time ago and I have had this in the back burner of my mind for awhile, and it stayed there until ...