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LostArtPress on InstagramDancing Tables, circa 1999. Curly birch, mahogany, and ebonized poplar. A commission made in my garage workshop. Photo by Kendall Reeves, Spectrum Studio of Photography & Design (spectrumstudioinc.com) — from “Making Things Work: Tales From a Cabinetmaker’s Life” by Nancy Hiller @nrhiller #Tales_from_a_cabinetmakers_lifeDrawers are now fit into the Nicholson campaign chest. Next I’ll fit the drawer bottoms (easy) and fit the inlaid hardware (fun). I’m pushing hard to get this done before I leave for Germany on June 28.First look at our new waistcoat/vest designed by @tombonamici and stitched by @sewvalley. Can’t wait to get this into production.
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Category Archives: Joiner’s Work
This is an excerpt from “Joiner’s Work” by Peter Follansbee. Now things differ significantly from the basic box. Let’s start with the feet. I’m no turner; I think of myself as a joiner who does some turning. I only know turning on the … Continue reading
For a more in-depth look of Peter Follansbee’s “Joiner’s Work,” check out the (free!) PDF excerpt we’ve posted here. It includes the table of contents, dedication, acknowledgements, introduction and the bookstand chapter. While copy editing Peter’s book I was delighted … Continue reading
The printing plant has finished its work on Peter Follansbee’s new book, “Joiner’s Work,” and it will be trucked to our Indiana warehouse on Monday. We’re not certain when it will start mailing out to people who placed pre-publication orders, … Continue reading
This is an excerpt from “Joiner’s Work” by Peter Follansbee. A braided pattern builds on the previous example (of the gouge cut). It’s cut with the same technique, but this time, for those who like measuring stuff, it is marked out in a measured spacing. … Continue reading
Editor’s note: We’ve just sent Peter Follansbee’s book, “Joiner’s Work,” to the printer. It will be released in May. If you order a pre-publication copy from our store you will receive a free pdf of the book at checkout. I’ve … Continue reading
Peter Follansbee’s fantastic and sprawling tome on early American woodworking is now available for pre-publication ordering here. The book is $49 and will ship in May. Customers who order before the publication’s release date will receive a free pdf of … Continue reading