Tag Archives: Shaker Furniture

MAY 2019

May is always gorgeous. This year was no exception. We had our share of rain, actually more than our fair share. It did bring a wonderful display of flowers. The weather never got out of the 70’s, so the blossoms … Continue reading

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February 2019

Mid winter, lots of snow, cold, rain, and more snow. Not more than 3″ to 12″ at a time, but lots of storms. That means cleaning the driveway each day, before I get to go to the shop. Well, it … Continue reading

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May at the Shaker Village

My morning walk today gave me a bit of surprise: frost on May 29.  May is a wonderful time in Maine.  Every year it’s a renewed thrill.  The highpoint of May 2014 was a series of visits to the Sabbathday … Continue reading

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Looking Back…

I recently built yet another Shaker side-stand with a drawer.   Most of the ones I’ve made are patterned roughly on the Enfield, New Hampshire style stands.  I particularly like the turned legs with the swell tapers and the small ring … Continue reading

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September 2013

I had another busy month.  On September 7 I was invited to join Michael Graham Director of the Shaker Museum at Sabbathday Lake, at the Willis Henry Shaker auction at the Hancock Shaker Village in Pittsfield, MA.  The best part … Continue reading

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September Shop Notes

September has been a diverse month in the shop. I’ve made a four panel pine closet door, a book case, a small Shaker wall cabinet and two lecterns.  The door doesn’t require a lot of description, and was a rather … Continue reading

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