The Walnut from Pine Street story took a few years to happen, but it did, and we are thrilled. A friend from town (that knew about our woodworking) gave us their walnut tree. Thank you Robin and Randy! Being able to saw the logs ourselves, let them dry and begin making pieces is so much fun. The live edge serving trays are a hit!
What do you do when you notice some spalted maple in your fire wood? Stop splitting immediately (of course) and put all of it aside. That’s what happened to us and just look at what we have been able to make so far.
Spalted Maple Wine Holder
Spalted Maple & Walnut Heart Cutting Board
Live Edge Serving Tray | Spalted Maple
Did you know? Spalted Maple is not a wood type, but a general description of any type of maple wood that has started to decay or rot. Crazy right? Continue reading →