What I Did On My Summer Vacation

It's been way too long since we've last seen you.  Our commission schedule and class schedule got very busy and we've neglected our blog.  Dear readers...  Please accept our humble apology.  We'll do our best to get back in the swing of things.

So here's a little of what we've been up to:

We started a small run of the ever popular Morris chairs and ottomans in the spring.  Three in walnut and one in cherry. 

Also, look out for the October issue of Woodcraft Magazine, where Larissa and I have an article about working with live edge material.  There will also be plans for a great new jig to level slabs.

Most recently, we've been working on a set of stools and chairs.  These guys have been exciting, infuriating, and intensely satisfying throughout the process.  The stools came out wonderfully.  Some tricky angled joinery on the lower rungs primed us for the seriously tricky joinery on the chairs.

Larissa is putting the final touches on one chair as we speak, and we're going to end Friday with an oiled up, finished chair.  We're pumped to get one of these done for the Longs Park Art Festival coming up on Labor Day Weekend.