Boiled Linseed Oil, Quart
Use Kleen Strip Boiled Linseed Oil to develop the full warmth and richness of unfinished wood and increase its resistance to water-marks, scratches and warping. This classic wood finish and natural...
- A classic wood finish
- Natural protectant
- Produced from the seed of the flax plant
- Protects and seals unfinished wood surfaces
- Produces a beautiful hand-rubbed finish on fine wood and antiques
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This is our Valentine’s story about two special young people who enjoy the art of woodworking together. Kevin and Lauren met in 2011, and were engaged at Disneyland on January 6th, 2014. He is a woodworker, and she is not your traditional “bling-type” bride!
Werner John is not only a musician, but a man of many talents, including writing, recording, performing and teaching music using his own handcrafted Native American Flutes. As a young boy, Werner found a connection to nature growing up in the New York Hudson River Valley. With artisan parents and grandparents as an example and a woodworking father to learn from, Werner became a carpenter’s apprentice when he was 18, and worked in lumber yards for his college education. In addition to woodworking his other passion was music. As a musician in his 30′s, Werner found himself taking on 12 students left behind by his former Austrian instructor. This confirmed in Werner’s heart and mind that he had something to offer others in music education. He soon finished college and became a teacher, while performing and recording in Ashville, North Carolina.
The final in our three-part How-To carving series takes us through the process of finishing and painting our Christmas elf with accomplished multimedia carver and sculptor Justin Gordon of Groveland, Mass.
You might say, what’s the big deal about turning a bowl in about 3 hours time, anyone can do that! Well in this project we will instruct you on how to turn a bowl while it’s green, dry it, finish it, all in just a few hours. John Wolf (from the Turning Tuesday’s woodworkers) shows us how it’s done starting out with a piece of “green” curly maple saved from the scrap pile.