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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.
I don't really plan a Blog post, they are normally plucked from my nebular musings on woodworking and joinery, or something I see or hear that piqu
Just before breaking up for Christmas I had some generous feedback from a customer regarding some garage doors we made and installed.
There is often an interesting discussion about exactly what "hand made" means.
Stairs are a really exciting project and we really enjoy the variation on designs we get to deal with from our clients.
As you might of noticed it's been quiet on the blog since October last year.
In the main I’m a vintage plane user although a few new ones have also passed through my hands and as much as I enjoy the planes I have if presente
I always try to be open to new opportunities and welcome pushing myself outside of my comfort zone.
How comforting it is to see a very nearly worn out plane iron.
So far all of my "reviews" apart from one have been using tools I have purchased with my own money so I feel very happy giving opinions and feedbac