A diverse collection of different wood species, including a very appropriate use of old barn wood, really helps bring this reader-submitted project to life.
Made with African Paduak for the roof, regular “Old Barn Wood” for the barn itself, Blue Pine for the window panes, limbs from the Birch trees in my back yard, poplar for the trees themselves, a piece of Walnut for the barn door, an old 2X6 for the base of the piece, and a piece of 1/4″ plywood for the backing and the clouds.
- Jim Palmer; Jim’s Wood-n-Stuff; Ephrata, WA
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This reader’s submission started out as a comment on the “Whaddja Give? Whaddja Get?” post on what our readers gave or got as holiday gifts. Chris Marshall was intrigued and followed up by asking for a photo to be sent in.
I made a Wooden Memory Quilt for my sister-in-law for Christmas. Each square has a special meaning.
Intarsia, segmentation, inlay, and fretwork make up the squares. I used patterns designed by others for the squares to design my own quilt.
The quilt measures 3’ x 4’. I used a protective gel varnish.
I have been working with wood for about 3 years and love it. A new band saw and router this year for Christmas; can’t wait to see what comes out of the woodshed next.
- Angie Gryder Gregg; Blowing Rock, NC
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