|Project by Jordan||posted 12-02-2015 06:00 AM||924 views||1 time favorited||11 comments|
Many of you know me as a carver, not a wood worker. I am no good with measurements or straight lines and every time I try to joint my wood, it always ends up thicker at one end than the other.
Nevertheless, I end up with these projects that need help and as I was working on a special project, I came to Lumberjocks looking for help to find someone to make some frames for me. Along came Mark Wilson who didn’t lift a finger until he was sure he knew exactly what I needed…and believe me, my instructions were as wonky as my wood working. Nevertheless, he was a great person to work with and periodically send me photos and measurements to make sure he was doing what I needed. I had planned on painting the frames but the project was supposed to be kind of rustic so I was happy to just stain them lightly and let the wood show through. They were sanded so perfectly.
Thanks Mark and thanks Lumberjocks for helping me out.
PS. If you can, make sure to watch The Coat of many Colors on Dec 10, NBC (LOL)