Monthly Archives: October 2011

Something architectural for a change

For many years my stock in trade was architectural projects. One-off replacements, one of a kind pieces and whole spindle jobs, one of which was the most unique design (with every spindle being slightly different than the rest) that the … Continue reading

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Keeping up… or, go big or go home as they say

My little fridge works pretty well for drying blanks and rough turned pieces but doesn’t quite have the blast for large volumes of stock, so I decided to build a kiln. I had a bunch of thick styrofoam, a box … Continue reading

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Trying to keep up

Recently I came upon a new wood supplier – or rather he came upon me. The burls that were the subject of a recent post are an example. I have at my disposal an endless supply of figured maple of … Continue reading

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