Maple lidded box
In this video I turned a Maple box, and show you how to fit the lid. The box is 5″ x 3″ I got this beautiful piece of Maple from Mark.
I have a lidded box class coming up this Saturday January 23rd at 11 am PST. This will be a live class done through Zoom., but If you’re not available to join in live you can still signup for the class. It will be recorded and you can view it anytime. We’ll go over wood choices, design, and how to fit a lid properly. I hope to see you there!! Here’s the link to signup, https://bit.ly/33zhDit
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Hi my name is Carl Jacobson,
I started woodworking with my grandfather as a young boy. I continued woodworking through high school, and started woodturning after seeing a turned project in a friends shop. Some of my fondest memories are working with my grandfather in his wood shop. Being able to share our passion for woodworking, ties it all together.