Monthly Archives: June 2011

June Shop Notes

June brings another rarity to the shop.  As you know, most of my work is in cherry, to me the ultimate, nearly perfect wood: great color, very workable, good structural strength, well behaved, native, and since I buy from Kane … Continue reading

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June Doings

Summer in Maine is always busy: great weather, long days, short growing season, friends and family visits, and chores we’ve been putting off during the winter.  In addition, for me at least, it’s also a time for teaching and volunteering. … Continue reading

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May Shop Notes

With all the outdoor chores come spring, time in the shop is even more precious. This year, I’m already three days behind.  My current project is a 7-drawer chest.  Nothing unusual about that, except this is my northern most piece. … Continue reading

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