My project to build a shave horse and low bench started with this pile of reclaimed long leaf pine and oak. Once we got it home, we spent some time with a rare earth magnet looking for any nails or such in the wood. This nail was approximately 3" long. At the time I … Continue reading Milling reclaimed wood
I would love to be able to hew a 3" thick plank from a log. The reality is that I live in a suburban area with limited room to store or work the trunk of a tree. I've wanted to build a shave horse and a low carving bench for some time. There are plenty of … Continue reading Why I’m working with dry wood
For over twenty years I've dabbled in wood working. Making something tangible satisfies something that is missing from my corporate job. Not that I'm ungrateful of my corporate job, it provides so much of what I need to support my family. That being said there is a part of my soul that needs to step … Continue reading Treen Works, exploring making household items from green wood
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