I have to install the hardware from Horton Brasses and the locks….wrap up the pigeon holes and then it’s scrape and sand time and then the finish. I will bring you along the best I can on the wrap-up. I’m not going to write a lot on this as the photos pretty well tell the story and Sherri put captions in.
I’ve been working on the material for the step back and Jefferson seed press a lot. We already have a step back on the blog so I probably won’t blog about the build, but that is what will be going on over the next few weeks.
Here are some photos of a table that I make from time to time, it is rough hand-planed tiger maple out of some really old stuff and I hand plane it, leaving it a bit rough, then I scrape it and finish it using some dye and glaze. It makes a really cool table. We call it “primitive” but the old hand hewn look is just so inviting, also note the base, with turned legs and shaped aprons, really makes for a unique table. Just thought I’d give you a look.
Well, its to the shop and rock and roll. Got a lot to do, finishing stuff and building, so I’ll catch ya later.