Host Eric Gorges visits with Lorelei Sims. Lorelei is a talented blacksmith in a mostly male dominated trade. Eric learns how to make a dagger. Over the course of the conversation, the life of a blacksmith is revealed. It’s communal and family oriented anFeatured
Host Eric Gorges visits potter and musician Akira Satake. Akira discovered his love of pottery later in life. Eric makes a ceramic teapot. Eric and Akira discuss the serendipity that leads craftsmen to their craft. Akira, started his career as an accompliFeatured
John Wilson is a writer, a teacher and a woodworker. Host Eric Gorges visits John at his home shop and learns how to make a shoulder plane. Eric learns the history of shop made tools, how to home temper tool-steel and the importance of salt in the woodsho
Brain Galloup builds guitars and runs a school to teach others the craft of guitar making. Host Eric Gorges visits the school and learns what it takes to build a guitar from scratch. The discussion about the tonal properties of wood, steam bending and somFeatured
Charon and Tom Caldwell changed the horse saddle industry. Host Eric Gorges visits the Caldwell ranch and learns how saddles are made. Charon and Tom Caldwell embody the craftsman who knows when it’s time to strike out on their own. After years of successFeatured
Curtis Buchannan and Eric Gorges visit a logging yard in Tennessee.
This video complements Walt Thies's article in the December 2015 issue of American Woodturner, "Small-Lathe Transporter." See www.woodturner.org.Featured
This video accompanies a written article by Scott Lewis in the August 2015 issue of American Woodturner. Scott uses bicycle parts and locally purchased lumber to make a human-powered lathe, which he uses to teach woodturning in the Dominican Republic.Featured
Storied Boards - The Story and the Family
A business in Upstate New York that not only reclaims old lumber, they preserve the story of where the wood came from.Featured
The early days at our famous gallery in town. And the amazing giant chair!
My attempt at humor here on the ever rising trend of making rustic pallet wood furniture. Links used: alamy.com eBay.com ebay.co.uk bollingwith5.blogspot.com toolmonger.com speckyboy.com thewonderforest.com 101pallets.com indulgy.com mysanantonio.com home
George Vondriska talks about harvesting your own materials to make rustic furniture. A WoodWorkers Guild of America (WWGOA) original video. For more woodworking videos, please visit www.wwgoa.com!Featured
Today I invite you to tag along with me as I start our new furniture project!! Also be on the look out for a give away!!!Featured
Woodworking Project Tips - George Vondriska passes his rustic furniture knowledge on to you! A WoodWorkers Guild of America (WWGOA) original video. For more woodworking videos, please visit www.wwgoa.com!Featured
Making More Modern Rustic Log Furniture by Mitchell Dillman of Colorado Rock*N Logs, http://LogFurnitureHowTo.com is all about setting up the new shop, the yard, and a little bit about storage, for this new and growing Colorado log furniture business. InFeatured
A second generation Adirondack furniture maker shows how to build chairs - rustic style.Featured
The Prince's School has been working with a group of wood carvers at Rose Hall, Jamaica for several years. This tight-knit group of artisans have been working together on the Rose Hall property since they were children. They grew up climbing some of the t
i have been carving this bowl for the last couple of weeks, it is from a fallen beach tree in a local woods. the tree had been laying on the ground and had spalted.
wood cutting, chainsaw, bowls, making bowls, wooden bowlsFeatured
I show you how to make a small wooden bowl on the lathe using a friction fit chuck. Woodturning video on how to create a nice wooden sugar bowl on the woodturning lathe. Easy and good woodturning tricks and tips on a mini lathe. I use a round nosed scrapeFeatured
I have wanted to wood turn a bowl from a finger jointed box. I picked out a piece of walnut and a piece of cherry. I milled each piece to the same dimension. I then made segments for a ring from these two pieces. I milled the end of each segment on the CN
Follow the process as a fresh cherry log is sculpted into a wooden bowl. More information is available at DAVIDFFISHER.COM. This video features the use of edge tools including axe, adze, and drawknife, as well as layout and holding methods. Making thingsFeatured