Monthly Archives: December 2014

From the graduates, Dec 16, 2014

It is always great to hear from former students of the Carpentry program. Some of them share their experiences, some just like to keep in touch, and some teach me something new, and that is what happened recently. Today I … Continue reading

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“Framing”, Dec.12, 2014

Let’s put this frame to bed…last post the wood work was done, and so now we have to put the picture in it. Being the cheap person that I am, I am always on the lookout for old windows in … Continue reading

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Picture “framing” continued, Dec. 9, 2014

In the last blog I started making a frame for a picture for my daughter.  I used some ‘curly’ Ash – an unusual grain pattern in a common wood.  Every piece of wood is different, even from the same species. … Continue reading

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Framing….between modules, Dec. 8, 2014

Well, I have been quite silent on the blog for the past few weeks; partly because I had been teaching “Plans and Specs”, which is a module I found difficult to translate into blog posts, and since completing it, I … Continue reading

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