Shelley isn’t always the beneficiary of Jan’s Day Off projects. He’s been fancying up the Hand-Tool Shop Area for the milling ‘boys’ with new router bit shelves. It’s developed into such a great work space, that sometimes they just don’t want to go home at the end of the day.
Ralph River Provincial Campsite – Buttle Lake – Strathcona Park (Vancouver Island, BC) What’s wrong with this picture? Nothing as far as I was concerned, however, apparently my choice of stable candle holders was inappropriate. And thus another ‘project’ was born. Fast, Simple and Aesthetically Appropriate for the Outdoors. So what does a good wood […]
Written by Guest Blogger, Kyle Gardiner. I have built chests for grandchildren Akira and Reiko to provide places for them to keep things precious to them. In Reiko’s case that would be things typical of a hope chest. A boy’s interests are necessarily different, and although Akira’s chest is identical, it was built with the vague […]
Thanks to all the wonderful attendees of this years hand tool showcase. We hope you learned some great woodworking tips from the experts from Lie-Nielsen who were on-site. Here are a few shots we took thought the two day event. See you all next year!
Once again we are hosting a Lie-Nielsen Hand Tool event early next year. January 10th & 11th. Friday, 9am-5pm Saturday, 9am-4pm Free admission! Lie-Nielsen staff will be on-site to help demystify the world of hand tool woodworking. You are encouraged to get hands on and ask plenty of questions. For more information on Lie-Nielsen and […]