In this post, I restore the blade of a Tsunesaburo kanna, and work on the chipbreaker
A lot has happened since I last wrote something here as I tend to use Instagram for short stories from the workshop these days. I had to impale my thumb on a sharp blade to actually take the time out and write something for this blog. I hope to do that more often (writing, notContinue reading “Tsunesaburo kanna restoration: 1. The Look-see.”
The black walnut box with silver inlay and sycamore as secondary wood is now complete. This project draws inspiration from Japanese art and architecture.
Inspired by a friend, I started working on a list of things to do in the coming days and weeks. Things I have wanted or thought of doing but had other stuff get in the way. It was inevitable that some of these things would get me into the workshop and I started with aContinue reading “Bucket lists and Japanese saws”