Dec 202013
 
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This week’s #FollowFriday is George Brown, whose “manshed” was featured in the Show Us Your Shop column in our December 2013 Issue of Wood News. One of George’s favorite things to do is to build things for his friends and family.  He sent us pictures of several of these projects, which are featured below:

The first three pictures are vases that George made as Christmas presents this year. Two of them are made out of Redwood, while the third is made out of Oak.

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A Lazy Kate that George made for his youngest daughter who works with wool and yarn. It is used for plying yarn.

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A headboard made out of Oak and Maple for George’s wife, which he originally said he would make for her 10 years ago. Now that he has his new shop, he had no more excuses to put it off and so it was finally time to make it.

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Drawer cabinets made for his son. He stores belt blanks that he will finish to fit a customer at the renaissance fair site. George used to have a phobia about making drawers when these were started, but apparently that got worked out by the time he was done!

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A Traditional Wooden Mallet for his son who does leather work at renaissance festivals.

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———————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————–Fridays on the Highland Woodworking Blog are dedicated to #FollowFriday, where we use this space to further highlight a woodworker or turner who we have featured in our monthly e-publications Wood News and The Highland WoodturnerWould you like for your shop to appear in our publications? We invite you to SEND US PHOTOS of your woodworking along with captions and a brief history and description of your woodworking (Email photos at 800×600 resolution.) Receive a $50 store credit redeemable towards merchandise if we show your shop in a future issue.

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