- 17 September 2013 at 11:58 pm #19021kellyParticipant
The Sterling Historical Society presents PeterGalbert
Texas, USA18 September 2013 at 5:49 pm #19068David GillParticipant
What a great video Peter does a fantastic job of making the whole process so informative and interesting. Thanks for posting Kelly
Wigan, Lancs. England :18 September 2013 at 10:41 pm #19078humanicParticipant
I followed for years the Peter Galbert’s blog, and I loved it. He teach me a lot. At this point, I need to confess you my first wish when I board the diving into the realm of hand tools woodworking was make a chair from a tree, and I hope this will be my final challenge. I dont know why, but I need accomplish my desire, before or after.
I also recomend you the series “Making a Comb Back Windsor Chair” with Curtis Buchanan. An absolutely unforgettable resource.
Thanks for post it, Mr. @kelly.
Best regards from Girona, Catalonia.
With love, best regards from Catalonia.18 September 2013 at 11:22 pm #19080kellyParticipant
I’ve never heard of this guy before I stumbled upon this video. But, he did a good job with the presentation.
I’ve had an interest in greenwood working as well. But my first exposure to it was John (now Jennie) Alexander. I purchased his book called “Make a Chair from a Tree.” You can only find it on the used book market now.
But, he/she has a video that is still available from this web site …
Make a Chair from a Tree, the video
I agree the Curtis Buchanan stuff is also a good resource.
I recently attended a class with Peter Follansbee at the Woodwright’s school in North Carolina. We made a “Joined Stool” from a tree. It was a great experience.
Texas, USA19 September 2013 at 12:50 am #19081
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