Saturday, December 22, 2012

Tuesday, December 11, 2012

New hitch in place

Clint welded the new section on after the old bent part was cut out.

Thursday, December 6, 2012

Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Saturday, November 17, 2012

Granite A-Frames

Thick wall tubing and channel construction. Redwood horizontal planks, bolted to steel frame.
Sign is plasma cut out, double sided. Redwood slid between as background.

Fire place gate progress

Gate/screen to protect the little ones from the hot stove! Hand forged top curve out of solid 1" bar and hand forged scroll work out of 3/8" solid square.
Dead-leg belongs to this project.

More pictures

Oak rounds, cut into shape and sealed. Hand forged legs, riveted together.
(Dead-leg is for another project)

Sunday, November 4, 2012

Stool For Sale- SOLD

Stool, 9 3/4"x15 1/2"x20" tall, 1" solid square legs textured,
mortise & tenon joinery, solid oak top with polyurethane finish,

Hand forged stool with oak top - For Sale-SOLD

Stool, 12"x18"x19 1/2" high, 1"solid square legs, upset feet,
mortise & tenon joinery, solid oak top with resin finish, $275-SOLD

Saturday, October 20, 2012

Slate top tables

Powder coated steel tables with a slate top. Each tables has a different design and height.

Chicken Coop, Finished

Wheels on either side, placed at the balance point, make it possible to lift up the coop and move it to another location for the chickens to graze.


In all its glory

Chicken Coop

Almost 16 feet long, 6 feet wide, fully insulated nesting area. Still under construction in these photos.

Thursday, September 13, 2012

Bell, Kaufbeuren, Germany

Although nothing has happened on the blog in the last couple of months, everyone has been super busy at work and on vacation. I have been out of the country traveling through Europe on my motorcycle, and Clint has been busy at work here in the foothills doing the steel work.
Here is a bell I made from a welding bottle I found in a junkyard. It was a blast working while over there, and hope to be able to do it again in the future.
Thanks again Adam!

Wind catcher is attached to a wood ringer, which is attached to a hook at the top of the bell.

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Light Sconces

 Sconces match the door pulls that were done earlier this year.