The desk clock is coming along nicely this morning. Sanded and a coat of Poly. There is more to do, but I needed a base coat.
I was ask to make a piece for a charity auction for Central Indiana Woodworkers. It is supposed to reflect different skills in woodworking.
From live edge walnut 40” high project table to single piece live edge bench to single piece live edge walnut dining table on iron to our Waterfall extending dining table to a round pedestal table- this is our opening display- 525 Main St., Mahone Bay. All made just down the road in Blockhouse. Open 10-6 daily, come on out to The Bay and visit!
Another dining table will be heading with me to the fire station tomorrow morning! This table will be going home with Richard Bohlken for his family to eat around for years to come. Rawli's Furniture by a Fireman
Believe it or not, our Nocino is made from fresh GREEN walnuts. This is a prime example of the power of macerating in a Neutral Grain Spirit (NGS/GNS). 🌰🌱🌰
Learn more about Italian Liqueurs with us today from 1-6 pm.
Finally! I finally have a working phone. I’ve been without one since Monday. Gotta few pictures of the weeks work I’d like to share starting with these. Here are pics of the template I made to make the walnut accent pieces for the jewelry armoire and how it looked after they were installed.
Elemental coasters with their solid walnut holder. The coasters are carved from white Corian and filled with pigmented epoxy to represent the four elements: Earth, wind, fire and water. The holder is milled from a single piece of Missouri black walnut.
X-Carve CNC: @inventables
One evening father's day present/restocking my own pick coffers. There are two layer figured sepele/ash and as I prefer a ridgid pick, just a few figured maple around a walnut core. Bunch more roughed out but 17 picks is all I had time for at 11:30 last night 😴😴 They looked good, just have to wait and see how they last? @stonewallmike did you make some wood picks a while ago?