These small oak pieces, here pictured in our atelier last Friday, now hopefully adore the homes of the many workshop participants at last weekend’s Ambacht in Beeld Festival in De Hallen Amsterdam. Some of them were more successful than others in making something out of it. 🙂
Our hand planes resting in the tool framework that adores the wall of our atelier.
Impressions of Espenaer’s workshops on Saturday at the Ambacht in Beeld festival. The photos of the Sunday workshops will be posted tomorrow.
As a woodworker you are often confronted with practical problems that you need to solve at the spot. Recently it happened that we needed a piece of a particular thickness, but we soon figured we hadn’t any stock left that was thick enough. We didn’t have time to go back to the lumberyard, so we improvised by laminating thinner stock to create a piece that was thick enough for the purpose. This time we could permit ourselves to go this way, because this particular piece would not be in sight.
Cutting a rabbet into a piece of reclaimed Norway Spruce with the Stanley no. 78.
Handmade maple pegs for a drawbore mortise and tenon joinery in a door. Glimpse of an ongoing project.
Preparing a classic drawbored mortise and tenon joint. Nothing can go wrong now.
Just making sure the tenon shoulders are crisp… Glimpse from an ongoing project.