I’ve been working on a few videos for the Spice Box class and spending a bit of time outside with the sawmill.
Newspaper Article: http://www.startribune.com/twin-cities-woodworker-has-quietly-become-one-of-the-state-s-social-media-stars/512641692/
Spicebox and Spoon Class: https://thewoodwhispererguild.com/product/spice-box-spoon/
Woodsmith Workshop: http://www.woodsmith.com/workshop
Dollhouse by Max
My wife and I built a dollhouse for our children that I wanted to hand in as a viewer’s project. I don’t have a workshop so we built it in our appartment with just basic tools (circular saw, jigsaw and a drill) and a workmate. We wanted it to be sturdy so we chose some solid material. The house can be taken apart to be stored under a bed and it features a rope ladder that we build ourselves and a staircase which we bought and fitted to the house. It has an LED lighting that is battery operated. Also I kept the offcuts of the doors and I am planning to build in actuals doors with hinges in the future. Although there is no sophisticated joinery involved (only basic dowels) we are proud to say that we did not need a single screw 😉 I attached a drawing (the numbers on it are in centimeters) and some pictures.
good luck with the talk at woodsmith they aren’t as good since don sold the business and they brought in new people. i have all the magazines and the first 11 seasons of the tv show but the new idiot they have on the show ruined it so i won’t buy any more.
I don’t think I’ve seen any episodes of the show…
How great is that dolls house. My girls would love it. Even more impressive that they built it without a workshop. I built a toy kitchen for my kids once before I had a workshop and it’s always a pain, I had to assemble it in the spare room at the time.
It’s quite impressive!