NOT green woodworking, but…
cut and glued up
use the big saw to cut the circle and clean it up with a spoke shave
the stand is Maple, as are the posts
Bob’s your Uncle
a couple coats of linseed oil later…
I went to the “Maybe I’ll try something new” event to get people to try to make spoons and butter spreaders… all I had to work with was some old birch
so we sat and chatted and people came and went…
and I made a spoon
Thoughts from my shop in the woods
"The spinning wheel is itself an exquisite piece of machinery." --Mahatma Gandhi
Blacksmithing, Green Woodworking, and other old world crafts!
Research and recreation of medieval furniture
Honest Craftsmanship • Locally-Sourced Materials
Musings of a medieval gamesmith
18th Century Woodworking
For anyone working wood by hand
Travels through the history of woodworking.
aka Esperanza de Navarra. Loving all things Medieval, especially the clothing!
The adventures of an Early Medieval re-enactor
Travel Stories, Expatriate Life, Undiplomatic Commentary and Some Pretty Good Photos
Unplugged Woodworking, Hand Tools, Colonial American Furniture, 17th-Century Mannerist Carving
In which 1snugthejoiner writes about woodworking, publishing, house renovations, cats and Shakespeare (don't worry – that last one is rare).
Let the adventure begin
Celebrating Trades, Crafts, and Tools in American History and Their Impact on Our Lives
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The stuff of Palaeolithic life