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Georgian Footstool #1: Footstool progress

01-09-2013 10:12 PM by hammcrafted | 0 comments »

Students who decide to take the footstool workshop will start to work and understand wood in a way that just is not a part of mortise and tenon or dovetail joinery. In fact, the footstool is not about joinery in the way that the toolbox is. It is about shaping: take a square blank, apply a pattern, rough it out. fair the curve and work to a final shape. Turned work and moldings bear some resemblance in that symmetry, proportion and light are in important part of the final piece, but as shapin...

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Learning how to make a ball and claw foot

05-21-2011 11:37 PM by Rev. Jim Paulson | 6 comments »

Carving a ball and claw foot is something I’ve been planning to do for awhile now. Maybe some of you are in the same boat. Here is my progress to date. I’ve cut out a practice lowboy leg in basswood and I’m getting ready for a quiet moment to get out the carving tools. But already, I discovered that just cutting out the profile on the bandsaw was a bit trickier than I had expected. I found that it was easy to overcut even when I thought I had sufficiently stopped short....

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The Craftsman's Path #35: Queen Anne Side Table - Completed finish and hardware

04-30-2008 03:49 AM by Mark Mazzo | 7 comments »

After waiting a while for the finish to cure and a brief hiatus out of town, the Queen Anne Side Table is finally complete. I posted about the final finish process, and adding the hardware at my blog. There are a bunch of pictures of the finished table and some close-ups as well. Thanks for reading!

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The Craftsman's Path #20: Queen Anne Side Table - More leg shaping

12-23-2007 05:47 PM by Mark Mazzo | 3 comments »

I was out of town last weekend for a family wedding so, progress on the table was stalled a bit. I got some more time in the shop yesterday and went to work shaping the legs for the table toward their final state. I had started this process before my trip but, I was not quite happy with some parts of the effort. The trip away allowed me to think about how I wanted to approach making changes for the better. You can read about my progress at my blog where there are a lot of pictures of the ...

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The Craftsman's Path #18: Queen Anne Side Table - Roughing out the legs

12-02-2007 01:06 AM by Mark Mazzo | 6 comments »

As I mentioned in my last blog post, I was recently inspired to build a period reproduction piece of furniture. I chose to do a side table in the Queen Anne style based on a Glen Huey design with cabriole legs, scrolled aprons and a single drawer. I like this style and it poses some challenges in developing new skills. The picture is Glen Huey’s version. I’ve started down the path of building this piece and I hope that you’ll follow along as I post entries about its de...

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