I have been working on this ‘Free’ text and clearing my memory. I have sent thousands of copies of this ‘FREE’ text all over the world so woodworkers can build the Maloof style rockers. Just send me an email or respond to this post and I will be ...
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Location: Ephraim, Utah
Working wood for over 60 yrs., doing projects of all varieties from clocks and tables to spoons and vases. These past years I have found that making rocking chairs gives me the most pleasure and that is all I do now just rocking chairs to my wife’s chagrin.
The icon picture is of my Flagship rocking chair with molded glass made in my kiln and inset into the Headrest. Accents of Ivory, burled Mesquite and curly Bastogne walnut are used with the Claro walnut body.
The blog picture shows part of a new style rocker, I call the ‘Hawaiian Classic”, made using genuine Hawaiian curly flame Koa. The Back-slats are shaped to represent leafs and the whole rocker has a more organic style.
-- Rocking Chair Guy
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Lumberjocks, recently I was advised the information, on my web site kappelusa.com, for my Text, Full size Patterns, Free Videos & Free Text for the Maloof style rocking chairs was not working properly. Well it is now fixed. The Free Text has b...
It’s time to let go. I you live near Utah come take a look or see most of it on my web site at kappelusa.com. If I have time tomorrow I will make a list of my tools and lumber. I can tell you I have 8/4 Bastogne and Claro Walnut seasoned...
I am thinking of making a video of the classes I give about making the Maloof style rocker. I want to post it for free so any woodworker can learn the procedure. If they have my free text it will make things a lot easier. Now the question is do...