The continuing adventures of Peg Man

I have just finished another order of 100 pegs and was very pleased to receive this picture of the finished frame assembled near Okehampton from local Oak, milled on site by Jim White, White Wood Management. It looks very nice and as a first framing project it is clearly a complete success. Save

The peg man

A few days ago I was chatting with a fellow wood worker who it turned out was looking for someone to make the oak pegs needed for a timber framing project. After a quick look at an example,  I made a couple of dozen which he seemed very pleased with, and a larger order soon …

Family fun, get your kids active outdoors this summer!

Next month, I will be demonstrating at the Okehampton and Chagford shows (10th and 17th August respectively). My main focus this summer is family courses – especially as the one day pole lathe course is such a great family friendly activity (I am currently making child sized shaving horses for my own four and five year old children). So, if you’d like to learn a little more, why not get in touch? Or come and say “hello” at one of the shows.

Of course, all children will be expected to rub Milly (the dog’s) tummy and throw sticks (there are always plenty of sticks!).

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