A pair of occasional tables were an abrupt reversal of the rough and ready look of the Trestle Table and Benches. These called for smooth refined lines.
The year began with a commission of unique sorts- I built a table and bench that utilizes rough cut lumber-and keeps all the rough cut surfaces in tact. A challenging assignment but I had a lot of fun making a table and these two benches.
After completing the Rustic Table and benches in January a similar commission came about-
only the table was a trestle table
and now four benches.
In an effort to keep in the good graces of Eileen I built her this coffee table
I wanted another Music Stand so I plucked away at this piece over the summer months.
Dear friends, family and clients:
I've decked the WoodwardWoodworks halls with the colors of the season and wish for you a
Merry Christmas and a Blessed New Year.
My last newsletter for 2007 finds the shop oddly still as the year comes to a close. The first three quarters of the year were filled with unprecedented activity levels. The last couple of months though, the shop has been nearly quiet as a church mouse. But that is well with me as I have been able to enjoy the preparations for Christmas in an un hassled fashion. As you scroll down you'll see pictures and links to the projects and pieces I've enjoyed building this year. And in spite of the slow times recently, 2007 was in fact the most successful year to date!
Since the last news letter in October I have finished up two projects. A Bench for our Piano and a set of Bookcases with interior illumination-Very Cool!
2007 the Year in Review.
You've likely seen most of these pieces in news letters from earlier this year but it's December and time for a review!