Motivated by my shop set up for gluing cabinet doors, I searched my dusty shelves for some raised panels I had cut many years ago but never assembled. The panels were cut from recycled wood, reclaimed from a Frank Lloyd Wright home I worked on years before.
With the doors assembled they needed a place to hang and I found just the piece to build in my copy of Antique Country Furniture of North America and Details of Its Construction, The Pennsylvania German Hanging Cupboard.
In addition to sharing some of my work on WoodDance.com and hosting an archive of tools on ToolboxBlog.com, last year I created a website dedicated to projects from reclaimed and recycled materials, ReclaimedRecycled.com. Continue reading ReclaimedRecycled.com
December 18th, 2007 I was working with some of my mySQL databases. I wasn’t thinking for the second when I deleted an entire website that I had not backed up. That website was a blog where I posted carpentry updates.
In lieu of rebuilding what’s lost there I decided to turn wooddance.com into a blog. The old site, pages and galleries are all on my computer and I will try and pay some attention when I find time to breath.
This new site will allow me to update in a more frequent and personal manner and to easier share photos of current work. I think it’s going to be worth the fresh start and loss of design.