|Project by Jarrett||posted 03-16-2016 12:47 AM||910 views||1 time favorited||6 comments|
I’m usually the first to condone someone who takes a perfectly functional tool and turns it into an non-functioning piece of furniture, but this sewing machine was a different story. The machine itself looked like it had been dropped off the back of a truck a few times and the wooden cabinet had delaminated years ago. I made it so the treadle still can function, and was trying to think of a way that the treadle could still be used…to stir drinks perhaps?
Sliding dovetails to mate the top to the base. Wood used in a butcherblock style, reclaimed oak bridge beams, spalted poplar, and wild cherry.
-- Jarrett http://www.cattywampuswoodworks.com