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Drying wood - Cherry to be exact

I was presented with a 6 inch round 18 inch long cherry log the other day. The person had no real idea of how long it had been cut and so no real idea of how dry/wet it was. 204 more words

And now for some wood turning

An egg cup made from a Banksia Nut – well half of one.

A Banksia Nut is from Australia.

Banksia’s characteristic “flower spike”, an inflorescence made up of several hundred flowers densely packed in a spiral around a woody axis. 95 more words

Club Member Profile - Joanne Holloway

1. What is your woodcraft discipline/s?

Scroll Saw, Box Making and Turning.

2. How long have you been working with wood?

30 years.

3. What is your favourite wood? 217 more words

Australia

Green wood turning

After breaking another dinner plate I started thinking about the permanent nature of crockery, even in its broken unusable state. The archaeologists and historians out there would consider this a great thing but what use is a broken cup and what on earth do we do with it? 307 more words

Permaculture Practice And Design

we-love-wood.com has moved!!

Hello!

we-love-wood.com have moved to http://www.hunt-gather.co.uk

Since our shop opened 4 months ago, our website has changed name to match the shop!
We are called Hunt and Gather (Home and Garden) where we design, make and sell fabulous wooden items for the home and garden – you can keep track of our business online or by visiting us at: 24 more words

Wood Turning

Show-and-Tell at Arrowmont

For the past 4 days there has been some intense creative work going on here at Arrowmont.  Last night students put out the (mostly-in-process) results for an informal open house.  181 more words

Art

Occupation, Wood Turner ca. 1425

Still gathering old images of tools, occupations, and craftsmen.  Now I just need time to edit and post them in a sensible way.  To kick off this series, it’s a wood turner and his lathe from the early 15th century (German).  30 more words

Woodworking