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Which leads me to a first. As much as I like to hoard interesting bits of wood (and I still will), I thought I'd try to offer some interesting pieces for sales. I have a few bits of Parana Pine listed on ebay as a start and I have some more of it to list, along with a few other nice bits of other species should there be any interest. Parana Pine is an interesting timber, it's not a true "Pine" and found favour for stair making and projects requiring very clear long sections.
Slightly off tangent but still about wood, (in the loosest sense possible) I thought I'd share something completely new to me, the West Country tra
Welcome to the world of wood coatings, Russian Roulette style!
When you are responsible for part of a project it's quite normal to focus on that one thing.
Although we're not a horticultural business, one of the items I sharpen the most for our customers is Garden Tools.
The large shoulder plane is not an essential when first starting out, but as your experience grows and projects become more varied this tool become
This post will seem hugely dull and boring but it is important, and I hope people will see how maintaining the basics of good practice are of great
Before I even start trying to negotiate this topic I warn you, my thoughts and observations are just those.
You might of noticed a higher frequency in blog posts recently.