Project: Simple Timber Clock Video 1 I found a few great pieces of Tiger Myrtle, some of which are too small for boxes and too big for pens. Here is a quick and easy project for you. A great and simple way to showcase timber with amazing grain, such as Tiger Myrtle. This simple and... Continue Reading →
This is video 7 on how I went about producing this Krevnov Style Cabinet. It is based on the article in the Fine woodworking magazine - issue 208. I did some slight modifications to the featured cabinet in the issue - like replacing the glass on the doors with Birds Eye Huon Pine Panels... Continue Reading →
Tassie Blackwood is definitely one of my favourite timbers. The grain in each piece I pick up is always a winner. Here is one of my latest box sets; featuring a Baron II and letter opener, all made of Tasmania Blackwood. Hope you like the look.
Here is the second video from my series of How-to videos to take you through the process of making a Krevnov cabinet. Hope you enjoy. As always, I’m happy to take any questions you may have. Here is the second video….
You may have seen some pictures previously on my blog, forums or on Facebook. Here is the finished product. I was really taken by the Krevnov design and always wanted to make one but just never got to it. After reading up on Krevnov, I decided it was now or never. I've compiled a series... Continue Reading →
As part of my workshop renovation, it was time to sort my Bessy K Body and Pipe clamps out. Here is a step-by-step video of a simple clamp rack to ensure your clamps are well organised.
When I am making furniture, I always end up with lots of scrap pieces of timber left over from the project. I neatly file them away and hopefully one day I can use them on another project. Pen blanks is the obvious candidate for scraps but there are only so many pens that I can... Continue Reading →