Kumiko – A Traditional Japanese Style Of Woodwork
Green Woodworking….Tools, Products And Skills
Green Woodworking…… Yesterday and Today Green Woodworking is enjoying a revival now that the planting of trees is recognised as an important way of reducing global warming. Indeed wood loving craftsmen of the past are now regarded as the first conservationists, as they harnessed the attributes of wood in a sustainable and renewable way.
Cable Reels……16 Great Ideas For Their Transformation
Cable Reels…. So Many Ideas For Recycling Cable reels can be upcycled in so many ways,,,, I hope this post will inspire you to create your own innovative designs. Here are a few pros and cons when it comes to cable reel furniture….. Pros…… The wood has been treated with preservative, which penetrates deep into the fibres, so the cable reel will not rot.
12 Best Selling Woodworking Projects
Tips On Starting A Woodworking Business Woodworking products which are easy to make and sell well are reviewed in this post. Here are a few things to remember when you are beginning your business as a new woodworker….. Work within your capabilities to create a product you would be proud to have in your own home Don’t try to re-invent the wheel…..look at what other people are selling and adapt their ideas to create your own range Only use materials of the highest quality Just purchase tools for the job in hand. You will soon build up a range of…
Woodworking A to Z …………Part 1… A to L
Woodworking alphabet starting with…. A…….Automata Making wooden toys, which can be animated by a series of hidden cogs, gears and pullies, has been around for centuries. The amazing contraption featured in this video illustrates what can be achieved by a skilled craftsman….. Catch Me If You Can Companion post Toy Automata To Whirligigs
Outdoor Living Is Transformed With These 10 Self Build Projects
Scooter For A Small Child
Intarsia – An Introduction to this Exciting Craft
Scroll Sawing – An Introduction
Scroll sawing combines traditional woodworking with the ability to create eye catching designs. The first step is to purchase a scroll saw. You don’t want to ‘penny pinch’ as that will effect the quality of your work. Nowadays most models have an inbuilt light, dust collector and have variable speed as standard. The only feature you can’t add on is a variable speed control, so you must choose a model with this feature. Also look for a saw with a throat depth of 16″ + There is a further choice you have to make…..do you opt for a saw which…