Inlay

Caddy for Your Tea, Governor?

Use unconventional techniques to create a traditional tea caddy. by Glen D. Huey pages 36-39 From the June 2011 issue #190 Buy this issue now England began to import tea about the middle of the 17th century. When first introduced, tea was expensive, so it was a drink affordable only to the wealthy. That, of...

Precision Inlay, Simple Tools

A few shop-made appliances allow you to add stunning face-grain inlay to your work. By Jameel Abraham pages 38-43 From the April 2011 issue #189 Buy this issue now Geometric bandings and inlay patterns, or parquetry, are widely used, from Japan to Egypt to Spain. I developed a method of creating parquetry while learning to...