Monthly Archives: February 2014

Tuesday twaddle

I admire folk who can make a constant living from their “craft” or art, although I do get a bit of a cringe on when people refer to woodwork as “the craft.” It conjures images of clandestine meetings, leather aprons … Continue reading

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Almost tidy

I’m not ready to photograph the shed yet, I still have to tidy the place up and put some timber away. I definitely have more work space though even before stuff is finally put away. I was starting to take … Continue reading

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Work work, busy busy

No turning was done again at the weekend, but I did make a start on re-organising the shed. I now have 3 metres of continuous workspace along the left hand side, and I have cleared out underneath my heavy bench. … Continue reading

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Foggy Friday

After 3 weeks of not being able to do any turning, I am fairly determined to get out there and flex my creative muscle. The forecast is reasonably good for tomorrow, only light showers – I can live with that. … Continue reading

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