Compliments from a satified customer!

Just received the greatest compliment a craftsman/women could ask for, a complete unsolicited product review from a happy customer. In this day and age of fast this and fast that it is very, very welcomed.
http://tinyhallhouse.tumblr.com/post/111568807632/we-wanted-to-share-our-beautiful-stacking-stools

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Below are some photos I took during the typical process to make these Tables. This lumber (southern yellow pine or Long Leaf Pine) has air dried for 150+ years, and never seen the inside of a kiln. With that said, the sap in this wood was never set or hardened. I built the oven to cure the sap and set it, making the wood usable for the tables.

Finished Legs

Finished Legs

Table Top Blanks

Table Top Blanks

Final table top shape

Final table top shape

Rough stock

Rough stock

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Milling Process

Milling Process

Mortise Joinery

Mortise Joinery

Internal temperature of the oven

Internal temperature of the oven

After 24 hours of baking

After 24 hours of baking

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Interior close-up

Interior close-up

Oven closed

Oven closed

Pine pieces ready for baking

Pine pieces ready for baking

Published in: on March 7, 2015 at 11:21 am  Leave a Comment  
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