Previously I had made a set of trestle table legs based off of the surviving examples in the ‘Onze Lieve … Continue reading Breadboard end table top
Building 15th century trestles for home and camp use. Continue reading Trestle Table
I have always had an internal struggle with sharing knowledge. There is a small bit of wanting to keep that … Continue reading Paying it forward
A revisit to making Scandinavian style bentwood with video showing the process. Continue reading Bending wood and making boxs, revisiting the bentwood box.
I began a series of classes aimed at novice woodworkers looking for a place to begin. Specifically aimed at the … Continue reading The six board box, an introduction to woodworking.
For woodworking finding a good, reliable source for lumber is essential. You can get dimensional lumber and certain other woods … Continue reading Sourcing lumber – An introduction on where to look for lumber and what it all means.
A modern creation based on a medieval vise. Continue reading The Double Screw vise, aka The Moxon vise.
By Alasdair Mac Roibeirt A class on different seating options available for pre 17th century recreation events. Seating Handout AMRWoodCraft@gmail.com … Continue reading Seating for House and Camp
HL Alasdair Mac Roibeirt One of the biggest purchases most reenactors will make is a tent. Shelter and security for … Continue reading Painting Your Tent, From Pavilion to Palace