Guerrilla Design (Or, the walnut whiskey cabinet -part 1)

There’s no way to get around it. Large scale furniture construction means selective wood use and there will always be those off-cuts and stragglers lingering around the woodpile that were too small to use, but too nice to scrap. These bits and bobs usually end up in the burn pile at production shops, but I… Continue reading Guerrilla Design (Or, the walnut whiskey cabinet -part 1)

Jen Bower – Perfect, in 1000 words or less

Editor’s note: Although this blog tends to center around woodworking, most of us who share this interest also understand that we are part of a larger ecosystem of artisans and we can appreciate well-crafted work of many genres. A few months ago, a photo of an engraved tape measure popped up in my Instagram feed and… Continue reading Jen Bower – Perfect, in 1000 words or less