Log Display Cabinet
Posted by BetsyE See who won a copy of Weekend Woodturning Projects
Posted by FWW_Gallery Fine Woodworking Magazine - January 2015 - Issue no. 244
Posted by AsaC Lots of folks use threaded leveling feet on the bottom of shop stands and shop furniture, but Michael Fortune has figured out a simple way to make them even more convenient.
Posted by DaveRichards In Tim's recent post he showed a way to draw a series of holes in a "board". He surmised in his video that there're probably more ways to draw the holes. Well, he was right. Here's one other way...
Posted by FWW_Gallery Old factory becomes workshop and community space
Posted by FWW_Gallery 1885 firehouse becomes workshop and apartments
Posted by FWW_Gallery 1835 mill becomes shop and home
Posted by FWW_Gallery Former egg-sorting shed gets a new purpose
Posted by FWW_Gallery Hen house becomes shop and gallery
Posted by FWW_Gallery Neo-Gothic 1909 fire station becomes apartments and workshops
Orlando woodworker Blair Sligar designs and creates incredible pieces in his workshop Hog Eat Hog. In this beautifully shot and edited video, we get to watch Blair at work, and the rustic setting and gentle pace of his work is almost lullaby-like. When discussing his work, Blair says:
“I really like to explore and create and design. I hope that my clients appreciate the type of work that I do and come to me for that. It’s what my shop is built on: not doing whatever comes through the door just to make money. I am not the right person for some jobs. I am going to stubbornly keep hammering away at what I do even though I could probably make plenty more re-facing cabinets and building laminate kitchens. But I am not interested in that type of work. I’m committed to creating furniture and sculpture in a unique way, and I think that sets me apart from other shops.”
Take a tour of the most beautiful handmade tool chest you’ve ever seen. Built by a piano maker, the chest holds so many tools in such a small space. Incredible.
Rustic furniture has a classic simple and old fashioned look. Meghan Carter of Ask the Decorator visited Old Hickory to learn the secrets to selecting good, quality rustic furniture.
Woodworker Matt Cottam tells a visual story about his process in the workshop.
Watch the building process for this handmade rustic style walnut dining table. Made by the builders at Doucette and Wolfe Furniture Makers, who build handmade custom furniture in a variety of styles.