The Woodwright’s Shop Season Twenty Seven – 2-DVD Set
Join Roy in his 27th Season of The Woodwright’s Shop! The Woodwright’s Shop has been providing high quality instruction in traditional woodworking for over 30 years. Season 27 is packed with episodes that will teach you how to make a parallelogram plant stand, a French work bench, bible boxes, and much more. You’ll enjoy wonderful stories from Roy’s adventures around the world while you learn to make eleven beautiful projects over the span of 6 hours!
- PETER AND THE BOX: Sometimes referred to as “Bible Boxes” these simple but elegant boxes from the 17th century are highly prized.
- BALL & SOCKET EMBROIDERY STAND: This two-part project is charming! An 18th century ball & socket embroidery stand that any wife would love to have. Learn to build the set-screw, the bentwood hoops and the yoke to complete the stand.
- SCREW BOX FOR WOODEN THREADS: Wooden screws – wonderful, useful, beautiful and intriguing. Learn how to make your own.
- FRENCH WORK BENCH: PART 1: Ooh la la! Another two-part project, and it’s a beautiful workbench! Only a French bench could be this pretty.
- VIOLIN MAKER JOE THRIFT: Roy & Joe show you how to make a fiddle – copied from a Stradivarius of course.
- CANDLE BOX WITH SECRET DRAWER: In the 1700’s, a box was needed to store your candles. Roy shows how to build one of these unique & interesting boxes.
- PARALLELOGRAM PLANT STAND: An adjustable stand for various size potted plants. Roy works with both wood and metal.
- GERMAN WOODCRAFT IN AMERICA: Roy visits an old German workshop in Old Salem, NC.
- WOODWORKING WITH TILLERS INT’L: Roy visits Tillers International just east of Kalamazoo, MI where they teach all sorts of rural trades – the old fashioned way.
- THE SORDID BLACKSMITH: Roy visits the blacksmith shop in Colonial Williamsburg and explores the “vulgar” art of blacksmithing.
- HENRY FORD’S MUSEUM VILLAGE: Visit Henry Ford’s Greenfield Village filled with Americana representing people with the courage to make a difference.
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