|Project by Max||posted 12-02-2006 12:45 AM||3940 views||3 times favorited||11 comments|
Here are three frames that I have made recently. One of them is made of Walnut with mortise and tennon joints with Amagre Fiddleback inlay dutchman at each intersection. This is both decorative as well as functional. The needle point is something my oldest daughter made for us. One of the frames (one with the May Queen Centre Panel Print) is crafted from
Walnut with mortise and tennon joints that have been pegged with Hard Rock Maple. The third frame (one with the Acorn Print) is crafted from Quarter Sawn White Oak with mortise and tennon joints pegged with Walnut. I make the frames out of Quarter Sawn Oak for a local furniture store and mount the prints in them also.
My niece (Lori, alias OspreyBait of Lumberjocks) told me I needed to post some of my frames. These are not near as detailed as a lot of the work that is posted on lumberjocks but rather has the simple lines of the Arts and Crafts Style. As you can tell one of them has a great reflection of me taking the picture…....
-- Max "Desperado", Salt Lake City, UT