Pewabic fabricates heirloom quality architectural tiles for public and private installations, gift and commemorative tiles, vessels, gardenware, ornaments and both reproductions and adaptations of its historic designs and offers classes, workshops, lectures, internships and residency programs for studio potters and other artists.
In the last part of our video series, Phil Huber, editor of Woodsmith Magazine, walks us through the final steps of creating a small Shaker bench, properly screwing the top of the bench to the base.
Sanding is boring—and a lot of work. Depending on the project, you might be attached to a vibrating, dust-generating machine for hours on end. But it’s so important to success on certain projects—furniture and wood floor repair, paint prep—that once I get started, it becomes (sort of) fun.
Part of a prized collection of old tools becomes a very cool stair rail.