Random pieces of wood, leftover blue velvet, and a bit of wood burning combined to make an “interesting” experimental chair.
A brief pictorial walk-through of a lidded box build Woodturners call them lidded boxes. Having grown up believing boxes have corners, I prefer to call “Lidded Box Build”
DayDreams Factory sushi serving boards with matching chop sticks made from sycamore suitable for presentation or dining.
This lidded vessel is the third in a series made with wood salvaged from a 100-year-old barn near Frederick, MD. The photos above show different “Barn Beam Lidded Vessel #6”
This one-cup capacity lidded vessel is the fifth in a series of turned pieces made with wood salvaged from a 100-year-old barn. While exposing the “Barn Beam Lidded Vessel #5”
Fourth in a series, this turned lidded vessel was made with wood salvaged from a 100-year-old barn near Frederick, MD.