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  • Woodwork Glossary - www.woodworkshop.co.uk
    a permanent colour change to Oak By putting the finished piece in an air tight tent before the finish is applied and then exposing it to ammonia fumes the tanning in the Oak reacts with the ammonia and changes light coloured Oak to dark brown This process also works on other woods but to a lesser extent Book matched Using 2 consecutive boards side by side and joining them in the middle to show a mirror image of the grain Burrs These are the rounded bumps that grow out from the sides of a tree usually near to the bottom of the trunk We would normally cut burrs into thin boards and use them as decorative inlays The most commonly used burrs are Elm and Oak Cock Beads Often made in a contrasting wood as shown here A rebate is formed around the drawer front and a thin strip of wood is used to fill the rebate It is mitred at the corners and protrudes in front of the drawer face usually with a round over moulding on the edge Cross Banding This is a way of using the same wood as the furniture is made from to give an unusual edging by setting the grain in the opposite direction Crutch Wood A board taken from the tree just where the first of the branches are formed It is distinctive for the Y shape grain Ex This is a way of saying what size the wood will start at before it is planed down So Ex 3 x 3 will normally finish up about 2 3 4 square However if the wood is in long lengths this will reduce the size further as more wood will have to be removed to achieve a straight board Kiln Dried The process where

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  • Our Events - www.woodworkshop.co.uk
    Stock Items Glossary Events News Contact Us Directions Gallery Oak Coffee Tables About the Courses About Me Course Projects Booking Form and Cost Accommodation Testimonials Finishes Directions of Use Links Events in 2014 TBA Still sorting them out 17 1

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  • Wood Workshop - www.woodworkshop.co.uk
    WoodRat HQ in Somerset and spent time there exploring some of the ways a Rat can be used instead of the more usual machines I am now very pleased to be able to offer specialist courses on WoodRat January A new year great and lots to look forward to this year the winter courses are starting to fill up nicely now so if you want to do one in February or March you will have to book it quickly We are starting to get the shows for this year sorted out and I will put up the list as soon as I can so you have the opportunity to come and see us and have a chat there will be some new and interesting stock at the shows this year so I am looking forward to making that I have some new kit in the workshop that should make things better for us and help all the students that come on the courses as well More to follow soon Richard Hi so what is happening in our woodworking world It has been a quiet time in the workshop due to the financial climate but we have been ticking over and as I write this in mid August things are picking up now with orders and enquiries coming in Mark and I have been doing some alterations to the workshop to make more space and adding another bench so we can take 4 students at a time on the courses and even getting out the paintbrush The shows have been very wet this year with some cancellations and poor attendances due to the weather but still enjoyable for all that one show to go now and then all the stock will be coming back into the show room for the winter

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  • Location Map - www.woodworkshop.co.uk
    Workshop About Us Building Process Stock Items Glossary Events News Contact Us Directions Gallery Oak Coffee Tables About the Courses About Me Course Projects Booking Form and Cost Accommodation Testimonials Finishes Directions of Use Links Directions Skip to Navigation 2016

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  • About Me - www.woodworkshop.co.uk
    and what started off in a small way built up to two nights a week for the autumn winter and spring terms with a class of 15 each night I managed to keep this going for 7 years until we moved house and it was to far for me to travel In the meantime the commissions I was getting had grown to more than I could handle in the evenings and at weekends and a decision had to be made So it was bye bye to the company car and the pension and hello full time in the workshop That was 15 years ago and we are still eating so I must be doing something right Have a look at the Gallery to see what I do So the question is Can I teach you about woodwork Yes I can Over the years at night classes I had many different people from all walks of life some for just a term others coming back year after year and to the best of my knowledge they all found it an enjoyable and rewarding experience and having something to take home that they had made at the end of the term was

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  • Woodwork Projects - www.woodworkshop.co.uk
    hand tools Power Tools Lathe Mortiser Band Saw Table Router Oak Light and Dark Elm Beech or Ash 80 Side Table Basic hand tools Power Tools Lathe Mortiser Band Saw Hand held Router Table Router Oak Light and Dark Elm Beech Ash Sycamore or Sapele 45 Spinning Stool Basic hand tools Spoke Shave Power Tools Lathe Mortiser Band Saw Hand held Router Table Router Pillar Drill Elm and Ash 75 Step Stool Dimensions 20 high x 15 wide x 16 deep Basic hand tools Power Tools Band Saw Cut off Saw Dovetail jig Handheld router Oak or Elm 70 Course 2 Projects Project Image Required Tools Wood Types Cost Coffee Table Dimensions 30 L x 16 W x 15 H Basic hand tools Power Tools Mortiser Band Saw Table Router Biscuit Jointer Oak Light and Dark Elm Beech Ash Sycamore or Sapele 95 Side Table Dimensions 24 L x 14 W x 20 H Basic hand tools Power Tools Mortiser Band Saw Table Router WoodRat Dovetail Machine Cut off Saw Oak Light and Dark Elm Beech Ash Sycamore or Sapele 100 without drawer 115 with drawer Box with Drawers Basic hand tools Power Tools Band Saw Table Router WoodRat Dovetail

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  • About Us - www.woodworkshop.co.uk
    guesthouse co uk Netherdene Country House Bed Breakfast Netherdene Troutbeck Penrith Cumbria CA11 0SJ 01768 483475 www netherdene co uk The Old School Newbiggin Stainton Penrith Cumbria Tel 01768 483709 John and Pauline Lake The Limes Country Guest House Redhills Penrith Cumbria CA11 0DT Telephone 01768 863343 A family run guest house a short walk from the workshop http www thelimescountryguesthouse co uk Green Kiln Cottage Tirril Penrith Cumbria Tel

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  • Testimonials - www.woodworkshop.co.uk
    at the quality of the two projects that I brought back from the workshops Indeed she is now enthusiastic that I get after a number of other projects that we would like to have done in our house I am pretty sure that this would have been very much more difficult if I had not been on these workshops Since the workshops I have spent a lot of my time constructing a double bed for our spare bedroom There were a number of design constraints that strongly dictated the final product The most important of these were The need to have room below the mattresses to be able to store the mattresses and frames of two single beds that we use when we have a lot of guests I was strongly motivated to complete this as this has allowed me to take over the bedroom where these beds are placed when we have a lot of guests as my warm workshop at other times Tim from Amsterdam I really really enjoyed the course a perfect blend of get on with it and here s how Incredibly helpful I just wish I d done it years ago Ian from Preston Just a short note to thank you for a very enjoyable week I spent a good part of the weekend re organizing my garage trying to make space for some more equipment The remote control box went down well with my Mother in law and after I told a friend where I had been last week was asked if I could make a table for her new kitchen I think I need a bit of practice first before I am prepared to submit my pieces to public scrutiny but after your guidance encouragement and assistance believe I will get there Attending the Wood Workshop was for me like a thoroughly enjoyable holiday the complete experience of learning new skills going home with finished pieces meeting like minded people both during the day and getting together in the evening The pace was perfect tailored to suit individuals but managed in a collective environment with us all aiming at and reaching the same goal learning new skills that can be developed and improved at home with the ultimate satisfaction of being able to produce professional pieces of furniture that will last longer than we will and leaving on the Friday with all of us wanting more a truly memorable week Thank you again and thanks to Tim and Jon for sharing their own reasons and enthusiasm for the subject I will be back as I am sure they will too Jonathan from Northumberland First off I thoroughly enjoyed the week and feel that if only I can reproduce here the standards you set in your own workshop I ll be doing very well I was struck by how well the course was organized both in terms of structure and in terms of the layout and completeness of the equipment I ve spent my life devising and teaching courses so I think I m able to recognize a good one I was struck by how well the course was organized both in terms of structure and in terms of the layout and completeness of the equipment I ve spent my life devising and teaching courses so I think I m able to recognize a good one You were able to give us just about the right amount of tuition and hands on time and I had the feeling that you were very sensitive to the skills and learning needs of the course participants In my own case you managed to help me overcome my initial bouts of being discouraged and get me to realize that I could probably do it with sufficient thought and natural light maybe a new pair of specs Friends and relations seemed genuinely surprised and impressed even with the results I achieved in five days under your tuition I found the surveys of tools and techniques extremely useful Indeed looking back we seem to have covered mostly things I m going to need initially Finding space at the end of the course for the participants to try basic procedures which they had not encountered in their own projects was a welcome and instructive bonus Your invitation to contact you after the end of the course and to keep in touch is another welcome feature Stephen Many thanks for a very instructive and enjoyable week last week I could provide all of the usual plaudits but I am sure you get them all of the time I will therefore say two things 1 I finished the small chest drawers and applied Monocoat and wax during Saturday I then showed the finished product to the wife Her first word was Wow That was judgement and reward enough 2 I would highly recommend your course and approach to anyone thinking of attending It is best summed up by the Chinese proverb Tell me and I will listen Show me and I will remember Involve me and I will understand Melissa from Newcastle Course 1 2 So 2 weeks after spending the 2 weeks on the course I ve finished another commission a bed and made progress with my workshop I ve kept buying things to a minimum but have bought a Nobex mitre saw what a good suggestion from you and a stand for my power drill so mortise and tenons are much quicker and easier Also an orbital sander and a dust extractor That all feels fine for the moment I ll see how it goes with that The 2 weeks on the course were exactly what I needed a really focussed period of time concentrating on making furniture your expert teaching and your advice on and suggestions for my workshop The small class and the flexibility of your teaching advice depending on our needs and interests were great By the way my friend isn t picking up the oak bench until

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