I posted some things on Craigslist and was looking around when I found an interesting add offering woodcarving supplies. there was 2 boxes of books and 4 boxes of cut outs, or rough outs as some call them. I got in touch with the guy and found out...
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I WAS A Retired Electrical Contractor, back to work now in this great economy. I build a lot of what I refer to as "Heritage Toys" Some may be referred to as "Big Boys Toys" also. Trucks and tractors all 100% from wood, no kits, and by hand. I don't have any fancy shop and my tractor wheels are from a machine I made just to make them. My granddaughters benefits from the kids toys I love to make them. Small jobs for specialized cabinets and accents round out my "project list" . I have now added carving on my list of accomplishments. Like all endeavors it is a constant learning progress.
-- A childs smile is payment enough.
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I recently came across 2 WOODSMITH binders of WOODSMITH magazines starting with issue #1 through 48. They are in very good condition. I read through them and decided to pass them on to another wood worker as I don’t do much of this type wood...
I have had this on my mind for a LONG time. My wife and I both have solid Oak “school” desks in our office I rebuilt them many years ago. She is always fussing that mine needs cleaning up. Then she does it, moves everything around and ...
I am off again overseas to a new job, this time in Islamabad, Pakistan. As it looks now I will not be able to have my “away from home” shop. I am not sure what I will do to occupy my off time other than watch what all of you are buildi...