A Portrait of the Workshop in April

The provision for me in my shop this past week:  cutting dovetails in black walnut for a chest, some goat-milk and lime paint for the butcher block legs, and finishing up the milling of the mighty locust.

4 thoughts on “A Portrait of the Workshop in April

  1. Awesome! I can’t wait to see it in the real. Looks like you’ve got a lot going on in there right now.

    1. One of these days, no doubt, you will. Spring is always a busy season, full of life in every aspect. Thanks as always, Mikey.

  2. The dovetails look perfect! 🙂 I would never have enough patience to cut them by hand. Maybe I should give a tryl… I’m always using milling cutters.

    1. Thank you, Saara, no doubt it takes patience to get to a place of efficiency to cut them by hand, and also that there is an appropriate place for machines as well. I think you have a good portion of patience, though, as evidenced by your own work:) I appreciate your comment.

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