In the latter part of 2016 we made some primitive angels. Now its time to make some more. With no more pallets boards handy, I gathered some blue denim pine that’s been drying in the shop from the trees we cleared in the summer 2016.
I am quite proud of this new woodworking project I created this past week. During November 2016 we hired a company to create some custom LED string lights (which will be available in our online store soon) and then I applied the lights in several new projects. This map of Nova Scotia is one of several designs coming soon to our Maritime Collection.
We are pleased to present our newest woodworking project, the Children’s Elephant 3-in-1 Rocker, Highchair and Desk. This project only takes a couple hours to cut out and assemble. Continue reading Childrens Elephant 3-in-1 Chair, Rocker and Desk
The Jefferson chair has been around for more than a century. Its also known as a bachelor’s chair. I call it a 3-in-1 Chair. Its a handy furniture piece, as it can be a step ladder, a seat and an ironing board. The last couple days I’ve been making up my own design of this vintage piece of furniture. Continue reading Jefferson Chair
The simple construction of this Mission style table can be made with as little one one board measuring 1 x 10 x 48 inches long. See our woodworking plan in our online store!
I’ve had this idea for a while now and I’m just getting around to finishing the project in the workshop. Continue reading Lobster Trap Chair
You would think it was the interrogation of a tree. The glow of the spot light, high intensity on its subject. But there’s a wacky reason why. View the video to see why.
This afternoon I took the time to upgrade some of the wood maps that I have here. By upgrade I mean mounted on a board, lined with cloth tartan and placed in a rustic frame.
Continue reading Getting framed in the workshop
A customer requested a 12×12 cut out of Cape Breton Island. I glued up pallet boards to make a panel.
A couple weeks we started working on building a design we had commissioned for this motorcycle rocker. One important aspect of the design was that it had to be made from one sheet of plywood.