Tuesday, September 07, 2021

a rustic box

One of my students from Marc Adams School of Woodworking sent this photo of a box he made in class and finished when he got home. The interesting iron pull was salvaged from a set of horse hames that had belonged to his grandfather, thus preserving a bit of family heritage in this box.

This was one of at least 5 boxes Terry Tinnin made in class. 

It is gratifying to see what I've shared about box making passed through other hands. 

I have been preparing for this year's classes at the Clear Spring School by tuning equipment and sharpening knives. Sharpening plane irons needs to come next. Today I'll pick up material for building bat houses with one group of students.

Make, fix and create.

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