I know it’s hotter elsewhere, but for southeastern New England, it’s been pretty hot & humid. That’s what has slowed down my blog. But I have done some woodworking now & then. After returning from the class at CFC, I finished a couple of carved boxes.
This one I had in the class with me, although that pattern is a bit ambitious for students at first. One student tacked it this spring at Roy Underhill’s class, but he just carved, didn’t make a box….
Here’s the side view, showing the carving, wooden hinge, and pine lid:
I was moving stuff around in my shop the other day & found parts for two small boxes. So I finished them up last week. Here’s one:
It’s small, about 9 1/2″ x 15 1/2″ x 5″ high. A handy size around the house.
There was a larger one that I just finished, this time with an oak lid. Two boards, edge-jointed & glued. Iron hinges.
There’s more. These will all appear on the static pages of the blog here when I get around to them.
Meanwhile, my friends at Lie-Nielsen need to tighten up security, it seems.