|Bodies of boxes being glued and clamped|
One of the things that might surprise readers is that Sloyd is not necessarily an easy thing to get one's hands around. It was much more an educational movement than a fixed point in time, and that movement has continued in Scandinavia, even to this day.
Today in the wood shop, I've mitering corners for boxes. So far I have cut corners for about 80 boxes and now have less than 4 times as many more to go. As you can see, I've also begun assembly, using large rubber bands as clamps. Over my years of making boxes I've made thousands of boxes, but never so many in a single month before.
Make, fix and create...